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Summer camp is one of the most exciting parts of the season September Birthday The Year When Shit Got Real Quarantined T-Shirt . We love summer camp because of everything that comes with being at camp: living with friends, experiencing nature, learning skills not otherwise encountered, and growing and developing as individuals. However, it is worth saying that one of the best parts of camp is coming home with awesome merch that reminds you of your amazing summer. Everyone from owners, counselors, and the youngest campers love to sport merchandise that shows off their membership in the camp community, and reminds them of what’s waiting for them next summer.
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But not every camp is the same, just like not every camp community is the same September Birthday The Year When Shit Got Real Quarantined T-Shirt . The products that campers are going to wear vary from camp to camp. In order to ensure that you’re providing your campers with merchandise that is both functional and attractive, consider each aspect of your camp’s offering and identity. To get you started, let’s consider the following 4 things that make up your camp’s identity and how it can influence what kind of merchandise you sell. When I was young and quite literally a ‘happy camper,’ I attended a sleepaway camp in the mountains of Pennsylvania. I still get pangs of nostalgia when I see fog roll down a wooded mountain in just the right way. But the first summer I attended, I made a crucial mistake. I didn’t take into account the camp’s location when I packed my bags. Because it was summer, and hot all the time at home, I underestimated how cold the mornings in the mountains would be and didn’t bring a sweatshirt. That turned out to be a huge mistake. However, the problem was soon solved. Thanks to my parents giving me money for the camp store, I was able to buy a comfortable sweatshirt from the camp store with the camp logo emblazoned across the front. I wore that sweatshirt obsessively for years until it finally wore out.