Usaa shirts

Wish Usaa would make Usaa shirts available to members at cost.  Woul be more cost effective than buying tv ads. Members could advertise

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I wanted to share, to help celebrate USAA's recent 100th birthday, there are USAA merchandise options in case any of you are still interested in a USAA shirt.

 

https://usaaonehundred.parsonskellogg.store/home/index

Hello I am a retired marine.  How can i get a usaa t-shirt.

Hi @MajorGuns 

We are so grateful you would represent USAA with a tshirt! Like Ralph mentioned, we unfortunately do not have shirts- but I have asked that a USAA car sticker be sent your way!

 

Thank you for your membership and for your service- we are so lucky to have you as a member and participant of Community!

@MajorGuns I regret to say that we do not provide any wearable logo’ d items to non USAA employees at this time. - Ralph 

Would like to buy the blue Usaa t shirts

There was a time when USAA did have t-shirts and other apparel with USAA logo, but for some unexplained (and probably stupid) reason they discontinued that merchandise.  I personally know at least 100 members who have asked that they start selling that merchandise again, but they refuse.  

But I'd bet they'd jump at the chance to sell BLM logo t-shirts and jackets. ;)

So close, and yet so far away.  I agree with DutchMC on this thread.   You may not be a racist, but your words make it appear so.   You shame us all.

Hey "FullBird", I enjoyed your history of USAA t-shirts and other apparel you shared.  Add me to the list of members who would buy USAA merchandise.  However, you greatly disappointed me with your blatant, racist, statement about African Americans.  Do you feel that way about all people of color?  How about women?  What disparaging remarks do you have for them?  The spewing of unjustified and unfounded racist hate, sadly, defines to us, who you are.  You can be better.  

I believe you have issues with reading comprehension.  

 

I am simply pointing out that USAA would probably go woke rather than look after their members.  

“Woke”.   Yet another red flag.   Not selling shirts doesn’t “look after members”.    Providing professional services, like any corporation, is looking after members.    If you want a USAA T-shirt, you can have one made at most T-shirt stores: physical or online.   But your two comments are disconcerting, at best.    If you ARE an O-6, please conduct yourself like one.    I’m only an O-5, but your comments don’t sit well.   Dog whistles matter.

Thanks for your comment @harry07 . We are lucky to have members like yourself willing to represent USAA with your fashion choices! :)

 

I'll be sure to pass this idea along! Hope you had a great weekend.