12 May Featured in the Derby Telegraph
As you may already know from Twitter and Facebook, or if you just read the paper. We recently had an article published about us in the Derby Telegraph, first page of the paper and online. You can read it here ‘Derby County: Men’s fashion brand aimed at proud Rams fans‘
The founder of Mr Shaw, Karl, was initially contacted by Amy Guard (find her on Twitter) from the Derby Telegraph and an interview was set up. Stories were told, pictures were taken and it went from there. As you can tell, we’re really quite proud of how big and prominent the article was and it helped us gain the support and reach to the wider audience; proud Derby County Football fans.
Our shirts represent the great heritage of Derby County and its players, and celebrate the influence they made on us all throughout the years. We wanted to design a range of fashion t-shirts that could be worn as smart casual, so still looking the business but feeling proud of the heritage you are wearing. We have already seen a good mix of age generations purchasing the tees and we are looking forward to seeing them in full glory at the iPro sSadium on Saturday in the Play-Offs against Hull City.
Hopefully, the Rams make it to Wembley and our T-shirts make the long journey down to London and taste success.
So, a huge thank you to the Derby Telegraph for the jumpstart leading to hopefully a long and exciting road ahead! You can find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. We’d love to see some pictures sent in from you guys in our DCFC Heritage Range shirts so we can feature them across our social media pages.