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Definition of Hittn' Skins

Hittn' Skins


  • T-Shirt Printing or Throwing Promo T-Shirts or other branded clothing out into the crowd or audience at an event.
    We were at the show last week and the promoters just started Hittn' Skins left & right! Everybody got one!

    #swagged up#reppin#geared up#head to toe#brand embassador#merch man#merch booth.

    Last edited on Jun 24 2019. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 24 2019.

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