In her Tuesday column in the Star Tribune, “Screenwriter comes to town in a Minnesota state of mind,” entertainment columnist C.J. quotes “Dorfman” L.A.-based screenwriter Wendy Kout, recently in town for the Opening Night festivities for the Minneapolis Jewish Film Festival as raving about TC Jewfolk’s new “Ya, Sure … Jew Betcha” t-shirts.
L.A.-based screenwriter Wendy Kout left the Twin Cities with a batch of “YA, SURE … JEW BETCHA” T-shirts. … When Kout noticed the “Jew Betcha” T-shirts at her screening, “I thought, ‘Great, perfect take-home gift.'” …
“The T-shirts are really adorable. ‘Jew Betcha.’ I love that,” mused Kout. She took one to her father, Norman, who smiled when she delivered it to him at the L.A. recovery facility where he’s being treated.
TC Jewfolk sold ten of the t-shirts to Dorfman screenwriter Wendy Kout and the film’s Producer at the Opening Night of the Festival.
Want your own t-shirt?
Stop by the Twin Cities’ new-ish Jew-ish Rye Deli on Hennepin & Franklin. The t-shirts are black, and come in normal t-shirt and women’s fitted t-shirt styles. They’re just $12 and all the money goes to support the site you know and love, TCJewfolk.com.
Any thoughts of making them in kids sizes?
Thanks Sharon. we hadn’t really thought about that. Do you think a lot of kids would wear them? We’re probably going to get a new batch soon – let me know what kids’ size you’d like and I’ll make sure to get at least one.
I’ll take a kids’ medium 🙂 Thanks!
Another vote for kids’ sizes. Definitely. My kid is jealous of mine.