The Rise of MAGASTAR

The hashtag that became a word that inspired a brand.

I can't believe we’re doing this. Launching a brand whose inspiration is the campaign slogan of a reality TV star who defied all odds and became the 45th president of the United States of America. 

No doubt the current POTUS is perhaps the most polarizing character on the planet. While liberals and the main stream media go to extraordinary lengths to discredit him, his supporters stand steadfast in their belief that DJT is a true patriot and is fighting for the American people. 

'Making America Great Again' means different things to different people. You can argue about what it means to be ‘great’, and you can argue about what era the ‘again’ refers to, but you should never argue against the idea of working together, everyday, to make America the best it can be.

Let’s be clear, the MAGASTAR brand does NOT embrace or encourage bullying, violence, fascism, racism, sexism, anti-LGBT, bigotry, white supremacy, misogyny, or any other values that would stand in the way of advancing the goal of making America the greatest country on the planet, ever.

Some indicators suggest the ‘red wave’ may turn in to a tsunami. As capitalists we want to take advantage of that to make a few bucks. We took a hashtag that became  a word, and turned it in to an awesome brand of apparel and accessories for brave Americans.

If you don’t like MAGASTAR, we don’t care. If you do, go fill your basket.