ShopSevenOneSix

Exclusive Buffalo, NY Premium Apparel.

Buffalo, New York On Etsy since 2020

ShopSevenOneSix

Exclusive Buffalo, NY Premium Apparel.

Buffalo, New York | 0 Sales

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Last updated on Oct 27, 2020

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On Etsy since 2020
Video summary: To the outside world we are known as, “The city of good neighbors.”
My goal is to make us great… We invented the chicken wing for Christ’s sake.

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To the outside world we are known as, “The city of good neighbors.”

Our goal is to make us great… We invented the chicken wing for Christ’s sake.

It starts by re-branding our image to change the perception of a city that built a reputation on it’s failures & shortcomings, and not the community of people who are proud to call Buffalo their home.

The proceeds from our merchandise will be used to pay for inventory, overhead & monthly operational costs, as well as help fund digital content creation aimed at promoting tourism to the Queen City for the financial betterment of local small businesses & entrepreneurs in the Western New York area.

Shop members

  • Charles Sciascia

    Owner, Director Of Operations

    Internet entrepreneur from Buffalo, NY with a comedic sense of humor. President of Webivate, Inc. & Founder of 'Shop Seven One Six'.

  • Elizabeth Wise

    Designer, Customer Service, Assistant

    Buffalo, New York native who is passionate about fashion & creating clothing that makes people feel confident.

Production partners

  • CustomInk.com

    Fairfax, VA

    Custom Ink is an American-based online retail company that makes custom apparel such as T-shirts and sweatshirts.

  • PositiveApproachPress.com

    Buffalo, NY

    We started printing t-shirts because we couldn't find a local shop that we could afford. High minimums, unthinkable prices, and lead times that we couldn't understand.

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