Tchotchke Watch: Romney Gear

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The Republican front-runner rolls out the swag on his campaign site

Romney.jpgMitt Romney's now selling official campaign paraphernalia on his site, MittRomney.com. Supporters can show their support for the Massachusetts governor by sporting Romney pins on your backpack, a Romney tee at the baseball game, or a Romney water bottle at the park.

And, of course, all of the gear is proudly made in the USA.

For those overwhelmed by the options and unsure of what to purchase, the Romney store offers packages for various types of supporters, including an official Starter Kit: five buttons, five bumper stickers ($25.00), for those new to the campaign swag game.

All proceeds go to the Romney campaign.

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Rebecca Greenfield is a writer based in Brooklyn. She was formerly on staff at The Atlantic Wire.

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