BOOGIE THRU Records/Tapes ringer tee, Austin TX 1979-82

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In 1979, an Austin entrepreneur opened a series of drive-in record stores called BOOGIE THRU. Modeled after the Fotomat chain that placed its photo development stores in drive-through kiosks in shopping center parking lots. Boogie Thru kiosks were situated in neighborhoods not serviced by big record stores, and were stocked with the most popular titles. If a certain album wasn't in stock, Boogie Thru offered the customer 10% off any other record in stock or the option to pick up the out of stock LP the next day. Boogie Thru closed in 1982.

Ultra soft cotton perfect for dancing, or watching others dance; listening to music or making it.  Boogie Thru shirts have-ribbed knit collars to bolster shaping, shoulder taping for better fit, and dual side seams longer, better shape.

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Our ringer tee revives the 'classic-cool' look from the 70s and 80s in a variety of base and accent colors. Tthis light weight (5.4oz) t-shirt is a summer must have and evokes a rare institution -- a drive-thru record adn tape store.

.: 100% cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors)
.: Light fabric (5.4 oz/yd² (183 g/m²))
.: Regular fit
.: Tear away label 

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