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Back by popular demand: Bucks offer limited-edition “Milwaukee Originals” wear

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) — The Milwaukee Bucks announced on Tuesday, February 17th, the return of “Milwaukee Originals.” It’s an exclusive, limited-edition apparel series created by local Milwaukee T-shirt designers.

T-shirts are available as part of ticket packages for select Bucks home games in February and March. This year, designers have created unique, high-quality Bucks shirts with a retro spin – all five shirts feature the original Bucks logo in a style that is unique to each designer’s brand. Returning brands from last year are MilwaukeeHome, Sconnie Nation and Wiskullsin, which will be joined by local favorites Orchard Street Apparel and Too Much Metal.

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The games in which each shirt will be featured and available for purchase are:

  • 25 vs. Philadelphia: Sconnie Nation
  • March 11 vs. Orlando: Wiskullsin
  • March 18 vs. San Antonio: MilwaukeeHome
  • March 24 vs. Miami: Orchard Street Apparel
  • March 26 vs. Indiana: Too Much Metal

For just $39 in the lower bowl and $24 in the upper bowl, fans will receive a ticket to one of the five games above along with that night’s one-of-a-kind T-shirt. Fans looking to completely refresh their Bucks wardrobe can attend all five games and get all five shirts for just $169 in the lower bowl and $109 in the upper bowl. A limited number of each design will also be for sale at the BMO Harris Bradley Center during the designers’ designated games for $30.

To take advantage of the Milwaukee Originals ticket offer and reserve your shirts today, call 414-227-0599 or visit bucks.com/milwaukeeoriginals.

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