It’s not always about making a “fashion statement.”
Sometimes it’s about making a meaningful statement.
#AskMe tees are changing the way corporations approach tough topics, like diversity and inclusion.
THIS (the image below) was my vision when I created a t-shirt brand designed to get people to put their phones down and have face-to-face conversations about issues that matter.
I pitched Starbucks (months before they had their “bathroom” issue) to incorporate a conversation series in their stores.
I’ve been trying to encourage corporations & colleges to get rid of their stuffy ice-breaker sessions and have real chats with their employees and stakeholders about social impact topics that can change the trajectory of their businesses.
So, I’m super excited that Stanley Black & Decker chose #AskMe Tees as their official conversation starter for their upcoming Diversity & Inclusion conference after they saw the success DC Water had with the t-shirts at their Women of Water conference this year.
They chose 12 different conversation themes to tackle diversity and inclusion this October.