Hey, every media organization is scrounging for revenue sources, so why should we be any exception? So the only surprise about our holiday weekend sale on official KobreGuide t-shirts, coffee mugs, keychains, baseball caps and, yes, even neckties, is that they're even available in the first place!
But look at KobreGuide publisher Ken Kobre and managing editor Betsy Brill sporting their snazzy KobreGuide garb, suitable for occasions all over the globe -- in this case, Sequoia Grove in Yosemite. (Guaranteed to fend off grizzlies.) Check 'em out and tell us you're not lusting for a KobreGuide t-shirt of your very own.
This weekend only, take advantage of our patriotic 17.76 percent discount on all orders! (Use the code ZAZZLEUSAUSA. Sale ends Monday. Note: the Zazzle photo watermark does NOT appear on the actual products.)
Proceeds help fuel KobreGuide's daily search for the Web's best videojournalism -- a monumental undertaking that we perform for the benefit of students, practitioners, and consumers of high-quality visual journalism.
Start your KobreGuide shopping spree right here.
Have a safe and fun holiday weekend!
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