Tees Me Treat Me Celebrates 3rd Anniversary

Friday, March 23, Tees Me Treat Me commemorated three years of business in Trinidad with a crowded Customer Appreciation Celebration.

Though born in other states, Craig and Della Stevens have lived most of their lives in Colorado. They moved to Trinidad from the Denver area in 2014. They both have worked very hard over the years managing businesses for others. In March of 2015, Della and Craig opened their storefront on Historic Main Street deciding it was time to put that energy into running their own business.

The store celebrates the uniqueness of Trinidad, specializing in tee shirts, souvenirs, and a turkey avocado sandwich that’s quickly becoming a local favorite. Craig is ranked one of the best fly artists in the United States and has framed fly art on display for sale.


Tees Me Treat Me is the place for gifts on any occasion and for any age! From classic mugs, colorful tees and sweat shirts, stuffed animals, to great ball caps and hats, Tees Me Treat Me has gifts for everyone.

Tees Me Treat Me is located at 105 W. Main Street Trinidad, CO 81082

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