Check out a little piece of Orono at the FTS Store

FTS_Shop_ModelsWe are inching closer and closer to Homecoming Weekend 2014 at the University of Maine which is now just over a month away. While we have been working hard to get our tailgate and weekend plans together, many of you have asked about how and when to order gear for the big event. If you are looking for that uniquely Orono piece of apparel we have the answer for you, the Fill The Steins Store.

With over 30 exclusive looks from our Pizza Dome and “Black Bear, Don’t Care” designs to our classic FTS Logo, our online store has something for everyone. Because he have partnered with CafePress you know that the product will be of the highest quality for the lowest price and with quick and easy delivery.

Our official #RiseAndStein design for Homecoming Weekend 2014 is now available in a variety of shirt styles and every possible size you could need. All of our products are done at cost, no profit going back to us, because we want everyone in Fill The Steins Nation to be able to afford their favorite item.

So when do you need to order? If you order before the end of September you should receive your gear before homecoming weekend, so you have a week or two left to click and buy. The good news is our shop is open for business year-round so if you want to get that Alfond Student Section design for hockey season later in the year, no problem.

Just head over to the Fill The Steins Store and find the perfect item to help celebrate the college of our hearts always!

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