Guns N’ Roses Want Moms to Rock Out Through Branded Mother’s Day Merch
Only 16 days remain until people all across the country will look to delight their matriarchs and maternal figures through Mother’s Day gifts. For those who want to hear what a “sweet child of mine” they are to those figures, Guns N’ Roses has a rocking solution to any commercial worries that folks are having—branded merch! Through three T-shirts and a wine glass, the band plans to give the May celebration an extra surge of excitement, especially to moms who came of age when the group initially stormed up the charts.
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The song titles “Don’t Cry,” “Patience” and “Sweet Child o’ Mine” inspired the aforementioned tops, which are going for $35 and will have far more shelf life than roses or chocolate. Bound to fetch more compliments than those items, too, the shirts feature some pretty commendable artwork and make apparent that no matter how much time may pass before Guns N’ Roses release more tunes for the masses (rumor has it they're working on new material soon), their influence is pretty impressive. We would never commit musical sacrilege and say that the Hall of Fame performers have as much clout as Led Zeppelin, another band that has built its brand through merch this year, but we are impressed with their catalog and this line of products. We are also a little envious of the mothers who are going to benefit from Guns N’ Roses’ incredible idea to issue the Lucky Shot Logo Bullet Wine Glass, as all 300 units are gone worldwide.
Moms make the world go ’round, and Guns N’ Roses are going to improve their own brand by endearing themselves to mothers all over the globe thanks to this quartet of goods. If they can pair that sentiment with new music and even more merch as the year unfolds, said fans would gladly welcome themselves to the jungle that is contemporary marketing and branding.