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Mother the Motherless Shirt Giveaway

Jonathan Longnecker Jonathan Longnecker / October 14, 2013
Mother the motherless

Hey everyone, good news! We are doing a shirt giveaway! Our "Mother the Motherless" adoption shirt not only spreads the word about the need for adoption, but it's also a ridiculously comfortable tri-blend fitted dolman t-shirt. You may not want to take it off! It's screen printed with environmentally friendly water-based ink, and packaged with love by the Longneckers.

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Giving Update: Rice Bowls September 2013

Jonathan Longnecker Jonathan Longnecker / September 05, 2013
Ricebowls

One thing that really excited us about starting Last Night Ago was the opportunity to give back. We decided early on that we really liked Rice Bowls' approach to feeding children in need and chose them as our first non-profit to partner with.

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Shipping Our First Shirts!

Jonathan Longnecker Jonathan Longnecker / July 25, 2013
Last Night Ago Tags Kids Drawing

Well, it's official! We actually sold some shirts and as of a week ago shipped our first products out the door. It was pretty exciting. Don't the kids seem excited? Who would have ever thought anyone would actually buy something from us?!

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Free Sign Giveaway

Jonathan Longnecker Jonathan Longnecker / May 25, 2013
If you only look after yourself you'll never find yourself

In case you missed it - we soft launched our Last Night Ago store a couple of weeks ago to friends and family and we've already had some pre-orders come in. Which is super exciting and really humbling.

Thank you guys so much. For real.

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Designing our First Shirts

Jonathan Longnecker Jonathan Longnecker / May 14, 2013
Shirt Store

About a year ago, Ashley and I started talking about how we could work on projects together. She had her sign, furniture and photography to keep her busy while I had my design, website and video jobs. With all that creating going on, surely there was an easy way for us to combine our powers, spend more time together, and make things we were passionate about, right? Turns out it's not that easy. Let's just say we spent a lot of dates brainstorming instead of hopelessly staring into each other's eyes.

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