Sisters Jennifer Stanich Banmiller and Alison Stanich Power make Ecological T-shirts that put Earth first
Courtesy of A Lot to Say
The T-shirts say “virgin” and “hot,” but they don’t mean what you’re thinking. (Shame on you!) They are important ecological statements, reminding people to save the Earth. As in: the “virgin” plastic shampoo bottles that clog our landfills. And “hot,” a reminder of the dangers
of global warming.
The message tees are designed by Danville-based sister duo Jennifer Stanich Banmiller and Alison Stanich Power, who wanted to create eco-friendly clothes. The supersoft fabric is made from recycled plastic bottles, and a revolutionary, no-water, air-dye printing process cuts the energy spent by 70 percent.
The sisters’ A Lot to Say line includes bilingual T-shirts, tanks, totes, scarves, and umbrellas, all made in the United States.
For information, go to alottosay.com.