Eleven Warriors is committed to producing unique, interesting and original content every day. This is reflected not only in our stories but in the 11W Dry Goods online store, which has sold thousands of high-quality t-shirts and other apparel carrying original artwork and designs.
Each concept design in the store is developed under scrutiny to ensure that no trademarking rights are violated. For example, when we recently learned that "Urban Meyer" was about to become a trademark owned by Ohio State we immediately discontinued designs that mentioned his name in whole or in part.
We take trademarking as seriously as plagiarism. It amounts to theft.
Our site name, Eleven Warriors, has been developed as a brand for the six years we've been operations. The company that runs this site, Eleven Warriors, LLC, is committed to protecting this brand. We won't stand for our own content, name or designs being used without our permission, and we believe it is unacceptable to create even the appearance that Eleven Warriors engages in or supports that same behavior.
To that end, Eleven Warriors has decided to end its transactional relationship with Skreened, which is currently the subject of a trademark infringement lawsuit. We hope to have a new storefront that provides the same selection, quality and ease of use along with even more of the unique and original designs that thousands of you have bought and currently wear.
We are also committed to delivering this before kickoff and with lower prices across the board without compromising quality.
Thanks for your patience, and we look forward to rolling out the all-new 11W Dry Goods in the coming weeks.