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‘Lawn and Order:’ Four Seasons Total Landscaping selling out of ‘Make America Rake Again’ shirts

'Lawn and Order:' Four Seasons Total Landscaping selling out of 'Make America Rake Again' shirts


‘Lawn and Order:’ Four Seasons Total Landscaping selling out of ‘Make America Rake Again’ shirts

Kelly Tyko

Giuliani holds Trump press conference at Four Seasons Total LandscapingThe Trump campaign press conference at Four Seasons Total Landscaping in Philadelphia prompted the similarly named luxury hotel to respond.The Philadelphia landscaping business that made headlines after hosting a presidential press conference has been selling out of its new “Make America Rake Again” and “Lawn and Order” shirts.Four Seasons Total Landscaping started selling the shirts, sweatshirts and stickers on its website Monday after Saturday’s press conference where Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump’s attorney made claims about voter fraud without offering proof.Trump originally announced the “lawyer’s” press conference would occur at the Four Seasons, Philadelphia, but later deleted the tweet and sent a new tweet that it was at the landscaping business, which is located across from a crematorium and next to an adult book store.Kamala Harris effect: The vice president-elect may finally change how corporate America sees and treats Black womenParler, MeWe, Gab gain momentum: Conservative social media alternatives flourish in post-Trump ageThe unusual location created a viral storm on social media with thousands of weighing in with jokes and memes.Four Seasons Total Landscaping, which describes itself as a “family-owned small business run by lifelong Philadelphians” said that some of the items were temporarily sold out Tuesday but had inventory available again Wednesday. According to NPR, the company also added face masks to its line of merchandise. As of Wednesday night, most items were available but face masks were not listed. Four Seasons said in a Facebook post it was “honored to be asked to host a press conference” and “would have proudly hosted any presidential candidate’s campaign at our business.””We strongly believe in America and in democracy,” the post said, noting it had received harsh judgment. “We hope that our fellow Americans can join together and support all local small businesses during this time.”Ring recall: 350,000 smart video doorbells recalled for potential fire hazard after 23 devices caused property damageTurkey insurance?: Whole Foods and Progressive offering ‘Thanksgiving Turkey Protection Plan’Contributing: Joel Shannon, USA TODAY; Jo Ciavaglia and James McGinnis, Bucks County Courier TimesFollow USA TODAY reporter Kelly Tyko on Twitter: @KellyTyko

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