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TRBU24 – Recap

We can not thank the participants, vendors, and organizers of TBRU24 enough. This is our third Texas Bear Round-Up and every year we have such an amazing time. We have to give a special shout out to the Dallas Bears for putting on such an amazing event.

 

Monkey & The Bee launched 3 New shirts this past weekend and had a great time in our “photo booth” getting pictures of all the guys with guest appearances by Domita Debaun Sanchez & Mona Massakre.

An extra special thank you to all of our current customers and new customers that we met over the weekend and we look forward to seeing you soon!

We love all of the support from everyone at this event and are always welcome to hearing your feedback. If you have any suggestions please feel free to email us at: info@monkeybeetees.com and see you next year!

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National Cake Day

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It’s  NATIONAL CAKE DAY …

so we couldn’t pass up the chance to show off our CAKES! Hope this makes everyone’s Monday a little sweeter!

NATIONAL CAKE DAY

November 26 recognizes a dessert that you will find at almost everyone’s birthday party whether they are age 1 or over 100.  It is also the dessert of choice for bridal and baby showers, wedding receptions, retirement parties and just about any social event. Add ice cream, and you have America’s top favorite desserts in the same dish!

This is for you:

Whether it’s a shapely bundt cake (celebrated on November 15) to the less curvaceous sheet cake, these sweet layered, frosting covered or fondant decorated works of art scream celebration!   It may be made at home from scratch or picked up at the club. Whichever way, a cake can be one, or a combination of, thousands of flavors. #Cake #Werk

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This isn’t just monkey business

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This isn’t just monkey business

Money and The Bee T-shirt company stays rooted in community service

Michael Albee and Frank Martinez started their t-shirt company — Monkey and the Bee — after “we started freaking out about how to pay for our wedding,” the men explained.
Martinez suggested Albee, a graphic designer, put his art on a t-shirt. And, Albee said, “We decided to go for it, see if there’s an interest.”

Read the rest of the article on the Dallas Voice!