Posted on Wednesday, March 19th, 2014 by Rebecca Doctrow
As I mentioned in my latest Wibki post on March Madness, March is a time when millions of people fill out college basketball brackets. It is also a time where other companies, riding on the popularity of March Madness brackets, use brackets as a fun way to put things to a vote. This year, Custom Ink used a bracket format to find out which iconic t-shirt design was the most popular.
It is easy to participate in this tournament. Just follow this link and start clicking away. Whenever you click on a match-up it will show you what percentage of votes went to which t-shirt. You can only vote once for each match-up, but if you vote via Facebook or Twitter, the vote counts as 5 and the tournament will post to your Twitter or Facebook who you voted for with a link to the tournament. If you aren’t sure what a specific design is or why it is iconic, there is also a short paragraph on what makes the t-shirt iconic to help you make your decision. If you think there is a t-shirt missing from the bracket, you can comment on the tournament and it may be considered for next year’s tournament.
Custom Ink is a very easy-to-use design-your-own t-shirt company. All My Faves reviewed it as a Weekly Fave in 2012, and as a past Custom Ink user, I can honestly say that it was one of the easiest and stress free t-shirt designing and buying experiences. The first round of voting ends on Friday, March 21st, so be sure to check it out and vote before then! Also be sure to enter your email address to be notified when the Round 2 starts.