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Iceni Magazine | October 16, 2018

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Dadmin Launch Charity T-Shirt in Collaboration with Action For Children

Dadmin Launch Charity T-Shirt in Collaboration with Action For Children

Dadmin have teamed up with children’s charity, Action For Children to launch a Superhero charity T-shirt.

Dadmin provide stylish clothing and gifts that celebrate the modern dad. They are delighted to be working with Action For Children who provide outstanding help and support for disadvantaged children across the UK. 100% of the profits from the t-shirt will be given to the charity.

Whether he’s the best pancake flipper, monster hunter or den builder the t-shirt has all bases covered and in its stylish navy blue and grey colourway and it’s the ideal gift for all the superhero dads out there!

Dadmin, founded by father of two Simon Boi, gives a unique and fun spin on life as a dad through a fashionable range of Dadmin branded clothing and gifts, designed to celebrate the modern dad and all the jobs that come with it. Hero items include their hoodies, t-shirts, mugs and notepads. The humorous concept sees its merchandise branded with comical phrases linked to everyday life as a dad, such as ‘King of Dadmin’, ‘On Dadmin Duties’ and ‘Dadmin Hero’ – no matter which type of dad you are, Dadmin has something for you! Although Dadmin takes visual approach to injecting a little harmless humour into their merchandise, fashion also remains at the forefront of their ethos, allowing every father to look stylish and feel comfortable in their clothing choices.

The Dadmin Superhero T-shirt is £18.99 at www.dadminstore.com/actionforchildren. 100% of the profits will go to Action For Children.


 

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