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Belmar Elementary School’s New Online Apparel Store Offers Host of Custom-Designed Merchandise

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This totebag is one of the many custom-branded items being offered through Belmar Elementary School PTO’s new online apparel store.
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This burnout shirt is one of the many custom-branded items being offered through Belmar Elementary School PTO’s new online apparel store.
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This hoodie is one of the many custom-branded items being offered through Belmar Elementary School PTO’s new online apparel store.
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This T-shirt is one of the many custom-branded items being offered through Belmar Elementary School PTO’s new online apparel store.
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This beach towel is one of the many custom-branded items being offered through Belmar Elementary School PTO’s new online apparel store.
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BELMAR, NJ — The Belmar Elementary School PTO has once again teamed with Big Frog Custom T-Shirts & More of Belmar to offer an expanded custom-branded line of merchandise emblazoned with two school logo options — its traditional green-and-gold design with the Belmar eagle and another that features the same Belmar eagle atop a surfboard rising from the ocean and surrounded by palm trees.

There are a full array of items — from T-shirts, jackets and sweatshirts to tote bags, beach towels and magnets. Prices range from as low as $5 for a BES magnet to $35 for a zippered or pullover hoodie jacket. Most clothing items come in youth sizes from extra-small to large, and adult sizes up to 2XL.  Also, names and numbers can be added to the back of shirts and jackets.

To visit the BES online apparel store, click here and enter the access code 07719.

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For more information, contact the PTO at PTO@belmar.k12.nj.us. For updates on PTO activities, visit its Facebook page by clicking here.

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