All-American Summer – United

All-American Summer


Have an All American Summer
5 Things You Need for an American Summer 

Despite the frigid winter, it’s safe to say that the rising temps are here to stay, which means that it’s officially time to flock to the shores and live that American Dream. What are your favorite ways to commemorate the season? In honor of Memorial Day Weekend, United has compiled a list of the top five most American things to do during the summer. So get going and live your summer right! 

 

1) BBQ Party
Can we even start an “All American” list without first pointing out THE most American thing to do once the temperatures warm up? Here at United Tees we feel that 70-degree weather marks the beginning of good ol’ fashion BBQ season. Mouth watering ribs, hot dogs, hamburgers...let’s face it, we Americans sure do love our BBQ parties. And as you host your “kick off to the summer” party for your family and friends, what better way to show your American pride than throwing on one of our United America Tank Tops?

 

 

 

 

 

2) Concerts, Concerts, Concerts Galore

Sweet, sweet summertime screams concert season. Whether it’s Luke Bryan, Tim McGraw, Kenny Chesney, Jimmy Buffet, or any music festival, chances are if you’re between the ages of 18-24, you’ll probably find yourself at some kind of music event this summer. So let loose, show off your American pride and belt those tunes. Nothing is better than waking up early to tailgate in the parking lot and drink all day long before the concert begins after the sun goes down.

 

3) Budweiser
Need we say more? This one goes out to all of you American loving, truck driving, beer drinking, southern living, free people of the United States of America. Of course Budweiser had to make our list. With an Ice-cold Red, White & Blue freedom rocket in your hand, life couldn't be better. If you’re a true American, you’ll understand ;)

 

4) Baseball
As America’s favorite pastime, this one is another no brainer. Americans love baseball. In fact, many MLB teams have a cult following in their cities. If you’re someone who lives, breathes, and dies baseball, clearly you see our point. Yet even for those who don’t understand the game (or even care for that matter), once you go to one game the excitement for it will overcome you. Games are especially exciting if you spend 3 hours tailgating & grilling burgers in the parking lot before the game. From the first pitch, you’ll be hooked. Maybe it’s the tailgating or the energy of the crowd, but sports lovers & non-sports lovers alike can all agree that baseball games are what summer is all about.

5) Winning
America has known a thing or two about winning well before Charlie Sheen coined his famous catchphrase, so this one is the clincher. As back-to-back world champs, we Americans wear our pride on our sleeves (or shoulders when we are wearing America Tank Tops), but we wouldn’t have it any other way. We’re proud of our country! To all other countries we say "Red, White, Blue and Better Than You."

 

So Celebrate all Summer Long & treat every day like the 4th of July. This Summer let’s ring in the carefree days of summer and wave our American flags high, all while Wearing the American Dream in our favorite America Tank Tops from United Tees. 

 


32 comments


  • Rachel (pick me!)

    My all American summer will be filled with solid southern nights around a campfire playing guitar and singing country music


  • Lindsay
    lake days with my friends.

  • Buckner

    I’m gonna have an All-American Summer right here in the homeland!! Instead of traveling I’m keeping it local. I’m wearing something with my country’s colors every day and I got a fridge full of burgers, dogs, steaks, and Budweiser to get me through it! God bless America and United Tees!! @DUHBuckner


  • Alexis

    twitter handle: @ayyylexis14


  • Elizabeth Coll

    My all American summer will consist of nights I won’t remember with friends I will never forget. Every night drinking to remember my freedom and support for those who fight for us. Whether it’s at the beach or traveling across the world this summer, I’ll never forget where I’m from. USA all the way


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