Thursday, December 13, 2018

WIN LOOP: The Chicago Themed Elevated Card Game from Transit Tees ($20 Value)

Make This Holiday A ChiIL One With Chicago Themed Gifts From Transit Tees
Hundreds of unique Chicago-inspired holiday gifts 
under $10, $20 and $30

Original, locally produced winter hats, tees, socks, jewelry, mugs, 
puzzles, games, ‘L’ stop merch & more  


Here at ChiIL Mama & ChiIL Live Shows, we love our home town, Chi, IL. We're also huge advocates of shopping locally and supporting small businesses and artist made goods. The holidays are a great time to help out the local economy and stock up on some sweet, unique gifts for family and friends. These are on our wish list:


ENTER BELOW for your chance to WIN 
LOOP: The Elevated Card Game ($20 Value)

Enter through midnight 1/1/19. Open nationwide.











Transit Tees of Wicker Park and Andersonville has hundreds of original, local gifts all designed and produced in-house for under $10, $20 and $30 just in time for the holidays.  


Looking for that perfect gift for the person that has everything? Transit Tees in Wicker Park and Andersonville has a huge selection of unique, Chicago-inspired gifts for under $10, $20 and $30 just in time for the holidays.  

Designed in-house and locally produced, Transit Tees offers a wide range of exclusive, iconic merchandise including: Chicago Flag and Neighborhood-themed Winter Hats ($28), Tees ($20) and Whisky Glasses ($10); Chicago Hot Dog or Deep Dish Pizza Socks ($16), Pins ($12) and Ornaments ($9); and Chicago Beer Can Candles ($28). 

As official manufacturer of Chicago Transit Authority products, Transit Tees also designs and produces Chicago ‘L’ Pint Glasses ($10), Mugs ($14) and ‘L’ stop Transit Magnets ($5) for each of the 145 stops in the entire train system. 

Transit Tees also recently launched Chicago’s first transit-themed card game, LOOP: The Elevated Card Game ($20) which takes players on a hilarious urban adventure as they encounter Buskers, Train Car Preachers and Manspreading commuters, as well as some challenging aspects of Chicago commutes such as Sat in Puddle, Fell Asleep on the Train and Went to Wrong Airport. 

This holiday season, Transit Tees’ Wicker Park location (1371 N. Milwaukee Avenue) celebrates its sixth anniversary. The new storefront in Andersonville (5226 N. Clark Street) is also ready for the holidays, stocked with all the latest merchandise. 

Visit www.transittees.com for additional holiday gift ideas available in-store or online. 

About Transit Tees 
Transit Tees, founded in 2001 by Tim Gillengerten, takes visuals from Chicago's metropolitan landscapes and transforms them into fashionable artwork, accessories, home goods and more. An official manufacturer of Chicago Transit Authority products, Transit Tees locally designs, fabricates and retails their signature brand online and at two storefronts in Wicker Park and Andersonville. Most store items are created in their design studio and produced on-site by local artists and craftsmen. For more information, visit www.transittees.com. 








ENTER HERE for your chance to WIN 
LOOP: The Elevated Card Game ($20 Value)
Enter through midnight 1/1/19. Open nationwide.

Start your new year off on the right track, so to speak. One of ChiIL Mama's readers will win a fun new Chi, IL card game, to fill your ChiIL winter nights with adventure. 

Gather your friends and sit down to play LOOP: The Elevated Card Game. Ride the rails of the elevated trains in Chicago's famous Loop! Match the line colors and stations to make your way around town, but beware the everyday perils of rush hour crowds, forgotten farecards, and mysterious puddles as you get where you're going! This fast-playing card game is perfect for 2-7 players aged 9+. Designed and produced by Transit Tees, LOOP is sure to take your next game night on a fun ride!


Designed by Transit Tees in Chicago's Wicker Park neighborhood.

LOOP: The Elevated Card Game ($20) takes players on a hilarious urban adventure as they encounter Buskers, Train Car Preachers and Manspreading commuters, as well as some challenging aspects of Chicago commutes such as Sat in Puddle, Fell Asleep on the Train and Went to Wrong Airport. 






Disclosure: Thanks to Transit Tees for sending us a complimentary game to review and one for our readers. As always, all opinions are my own.

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