Purdue University Introduces Replica Shirt Featured on Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things’ Show

Atlanta, Ga. (September 18, 2019) – Purdue University, working in conjunction with CLC, its exclusive trademark licensing agent, has introduced a special-edition, replica Purdue shirt that appeared on an episode of Netflix’s “Stranger Things 3” this past summer.  During the Independence Day weekend episode of the show, one of the characters wore a light blue, ’80s style, short-sleeve Purdue shirt, which quickly created a social media buzz with Boilermakers excited to see Purdue merchandise featured on the popular show. Since the airing of the show, the Purdue Trademarks and Licensing Department has been working with CLC and Purdue licensee, Venley, to replicate the unique product that bears the vintage Purdue Pete logo on the left sleeve and Purdue in gold across the chest. “After much anticipation from Boilermaker fans, we are so excited to finally be able to offer the Purdue-branded shirt that was featured on ‘Stranger Things,’” said Erika Austin, Purdue’s manager of trademarks and licensing. “Venley did a remarkable job replicating the shirt from scratch. We appreciate their efforts in developing this special product for our fans.” The shirt will be carried at the Purdue Team...

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