Purdue U Replicates Shirt Featured on ‘Stranger Things’

Purdue University and CLC worked with licensee Venley to design the ’80s-inspired apparel.

License Global

September 20, 2019

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CLC and Purdue University have worked in conjunction to launch a special-edition, replica Purdue shirt that appeared on the past season of Netflix’s “Stranger Things 3.”

During the Independence Day weekend episode of the show, one of the characters wore a light blue, short-sleeve Purdue shirt. Since the airing of the episode, Purdue’s Trademarks and Licensing department has been working with CLC and Purdue licensee, Venley, to replicate the apparel that appeared in the show.

“After much anticipation from Boilermaker fans, we are so excited to finally be able to offer the Purdue branded shirt that was featured on ‘Stranger Things’,” says Erika Austin, manager, trademarks and licensing. Purdue University “Venley did a remarkable job replicating the shirt from scratch. We appreciate their efforts in developing this special product for our fans.”

The shirt will be carried at the Purdue Team Store locations in the Purdue Memorial Union and Ross-Ade Stadium, as well as additional area retailers, including online at purdueteamstore.com.

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