We are proud to be one of America's premier manufacturers and designers of Earth Day t-shirts for industry, environmental organizations, communities, and schools.
Since we created the first Earth Day t-shirts for the Kentucky Department of Parks over 20 years ago, our customer accounts have grown to include a number of Fortune 500 companies as well as small independent business, industry, and school accounts; many of whom choose to personalize their Earth Day shirts with their organization's name and/or logo. Personalization not only creates excitement within your organization but also enhances and promotes a positive image throughout your community.
EarthDayShirts® is a division of WorkPlacePro® and is a member of the Better Business Bureau. We ship all orders with an absolute satisfaction guarantee.
We are a Print-to-Order company. Your items are not created until after your order is placed. Although this has a slightly longer turn-around time, it allows us to offer the lowest possible prices without compromising on the high quality shirts you expect.
As a company, we are celebrating over 30 years in business, however our goal remains the same: To deliver exceptional customer service, superior quality products, and value.
If you are not totally satisfied with the quality of any shirt purchased from EarthDayShirts.com, we will refund your money -- no questions asked!
Our Shirts in the News
Hillside student wins Earth Day T-shirt contest (newrichmond-news.com)
When Earth Day comes around this year on April 22, people across the country might be wearing a T-shirt designed by Hillside Elementary fifth-grade student Paige.
Ramstad celebrates Earth Day (minotdailynews.com)
Erik Ramstad Middle School seventh-graders picked up debris outside the school in honor of Earth Day.
Earth Day Spirit (pressofatlanticcity.com)
Oakcrest High School's Student Environmental Association organized the fair to raise awareness of environmental issues ranging from local recycling to deforestation to endangered frogs.
Honoring the Planet (vindy.com)
While wearing bright green shirts emblazoned 'Be Green, Celebrate Earth Day,' the students walked up and down streets near South Avenue picking up tires, bottles, paper and even car bumpers.