HOW NOT TO PROMOTE YOURSELF: New clothing line Fuel Star is finally here!

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Fuel Star, Dec 12, 2009.

  1. aqhong

    aqhong Senior member

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  2. Rikkar501

    Rikkar501 Senior member

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    Well, I guess he should get a few points from the SF crowd for using AA shirts! I agree, he should have done a little lurking to see what kind of aesthetic is worshiped here before jumping in and promoting his line. None the less, I say congratulate him and move on.
     


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    This thread is almost as entertaining as watching Jersey Shore.
     


  4. Fuel Star

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  5. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    "how much did it cost you to start your t-shirt company" A few thousand dollars, and a years worth of time. I didnt just make this overnight, I put a lot of effort into it. So far the experience has been well worth it. I guess I succeeded after all
    lulz. Fuck ToJ, I'm kopping FS 4 lyfe
    What kind of forum is this? Whats the average age here and what are the favored brands here?
    This is a question for jet....
    Guys, why all the hate towards this guy? I think anyone would be proud of creating a new clothing line, especially one that isn't covered in 1,00 fucking skulls or logo's; something this forum abhors. There's no need to insult him or his t-shirts just because you think they are uninspiring or something. They will appeal to some, and the rest just don't need to buy them. Pretty fucking simple, yet such douchebaggery in this thread.....
    Because he's trying to spam our beloved forum with completely unrelated shit?
    Finally someone who isn't trying to crucify me.
    No one's trying to crucify you, that would make you a martyr.... we'll just go with burning at the stake
     


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    ramp Senior member

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    So, ToJ should make some t-shirts for those of us who are too poor to afford leathers.
     


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    Dude, I found your perfect retail partner: successories.com. They even have kiosks located in Midwestern strip malls!
     


  8. Robert

    Robert Senior member

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    It was almost a year to the day when i first conceived this brand in my mind. now 1 year later, it went from just an idea in my head, to a legit brand. the idea came to me from wanting nothing more than to be successful one day. But as you know, becoming successful takes alot of hard work and has its share of ups and downs. Sometimes you might feel like quitting (i know i did), but the difference between a failure and a success is whether or not you can muster up that Fuel to keep the fire burning. Thats the idea behind the brand Fuel Star. its just my way of trying to encourage people to achieve their goals. "Fueling the Future" as i like to say.


    Anyway check out www.fuelstarnyc.com for some shirts. They are selling pretty fast which is a good thing, but it also means that I will run out quicker than I anticipated. So if you are interested, try and be quick! I can try to hold a specific size or style for you, but only for a short time.

    In the future I will add hoodies, more male shirts, female shirts, and much more.

    Thanks everyone. Once again its www.fuelstarnyc.com


    Cool! And congratulations!

    Wait a minute. All I see are graphic tee shirts. WTF?
     


  9. Fuel Star

    Fuel Star Well-Known Member

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    A barrel of oil has such negative connotations these days, though.

    I use cocaine to fuel my dreams.
     


  11. Johnny5

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    Ok Fuel Boy if after years of hardwork and thousands of dollars the design are all that you can come up with.. my advice is to take your career path elsewhere.

    If you want to dive into something at least make an effort to look around and brainstorm instead of printing generic mediocre crap graphic tees which you can find trillions of those all over flea markets over the world selling less than 5 bucks.




    It was almost a year to the day when i first conceived this brand in my mind. now 1 year later, it went from just an idea in my head, to a legit brand. the idea came to me from wanting nothing more than to be successful one day. But as you know, becoming successful takes alot of hard work and has its share of ups and downs. Sometimes you might feel like quitting (i know i did), but the difference between a failure and a success is whether or not you can muster up that Fuel to keep the fire burning. Thats the idea behind the brand Fuel Star. its just my way of trying to encourage people to achieve their goals. "Fueling the Future" as i like to say.


    Anyway check out www.fuelstarnyc.com for some shirts. They are selling pretty fast which is a good thing, but it also means that I will run out quicker than I anticipated. So if you are interested, try and be quick! I can try to hold a specific size or style for you, but only for a short time. And Rule Number 1 in Business: Never Lie To Your Customers.

    Selling fast my ass.


    In the future I will add hoodies, more male shirts, female shirts, and much more.

    Thanks everyone. Once again its www.fuelstarnyc.com
     


  12. thats.mana

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    A barrel of oil has such negative connotations these days, though.

    I use cocaine to fuel my dreams.


    Oldtimer, us young'ns are all about the crystal meth now.
     


  13. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    Oldtimer, us young'ns are all about the crystal meth now.
    Oldtimer, us young'ns are all about the cough syrup now.
     


  14. Fuel Star

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    lol. Thanks man

    Can't wait for your clothing line! When is it available again?!

    And I wasn't lying, they ARE selling and I only have a limited supply of them. That's why I said to be quick for the people who may have been interested. Who do you think I am, Marc Ecko? I don't have a monstrous amount of shirts in stock you know. I wasn't lying when I said for people to hurry up because I actually am down to my last medium in one of the designs. Want to explain to me how you know the amount I have in my inventory? Or are you just talking out of your ass? Yea, definitely the latter

    But then again, come to think of it I don't really give a fuck if you believe me or not. [​IMG]

    Have a nice day!


    If you dun give a fuck you won't reply to my post and type a huge chunk of text. You are so bad in your designs, marketing and maturity that i am at a loss of what to say. [​IMG]
     


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