Detroit -Vs- Everybody

DETROIT -VS- EVERYBODY

DETROIT -VS- EVERYBODY

By Jeffrey Buck

I love Detroit apparel, it’s no secret if you know me, and when we first started posting articles and photos I did a write up on some of my favorites. I may be a little late to the party on this one but I know what brand I will be purchasing next, Detroit -Vs- Everybody. Offering a few different versions of their staple plain Monochrome Collection t-shirt, they also have two other great designs using the Detroit skyline and Spirit of Detroit.

Designs are printed on a variety of men’s and women’s apparel including t-shirts, crewneck and hooded sweatshirts. Prices can range form $30 to $55 and can either be bought online or by visiting their store in Greektown. Open everyday except Tuesday with typical hours of 11 AM to 8 PM, except on weekends when they open at noon (Sat. & Sun.) and close early on Sundays at 6 PM. You can find them in the Greektown International Building at 400 Monroe Avenue, Suite 340 in downtown Detroit.

Be sure to find them on Facebook and Twitter.

We’d love to see you showing off your Detroit pride, send us a photo of you in your favorite apparel representing the Motor City!

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About The Woodward Spine

The Woodward Spine was the brainchild of Michael Fossano and Jeffrey Buck, two Royal Oak, Mich. natives who met nearly 10 years ago while attending the now-defunct George A. Dondero High School. It seemed fitting for the two Wayne State University alums to craft an outlet to help continually refine their writing skills, while also serving as a trusted source of information for the metro Detroit community. The Woodward Spine aims to inform its readers about relevant news and events through creative and informative posts not only by Mike and Jeff, but other upstanding citizens as well who are driven and proficient in these core areas: news, opinion, entertainment, history, sports and development. The Woodward Spine serves the tri-county metro Detroit area, however concentrating mainly on the communities that lie along the Woodward corridor.
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