Our Story - Custom apparel made easy
We started this company to make your life easier. Ordering apparel for our unit was such a hassle that many times, we didn't follow through with getting the shirts we wanted. We know you have a lot going on so we process easy for you.
Our Base Representatives are trained to know the most popular apparel choices, help develop your design, and will make sure your order goes smoothly. Put your trust in your fellow service men and women - work with a Chest Candy Clothing Base Rep today!
How It Works
Our Chest Candy Clothing Base representative will meet with you one-on-one on base, in a coffee shop, or wherever - and help create custom apparel for your unit, squadron, or welcome committee. Why would you trust such a personal purchase to just anyone? or any online T-shirt company? Work with your Base Rep so you can begin your custom project today, and see the difference working with a REAL PERSON can make!
- Schedule appointments based on your availability.
- Talk with our Base Rep to help hone your design.
- Work with someone you Know, Like, and Trust.
- Receive your personalized, quality product.
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Who We Are
Mike Jakubowski, D.C. (Founder)
A native of Cleveland, OH, Mike served honorably, joining the United States Marine Corps immediately after high school. He was assigned numerous duties including rifleman, scout/sniper team leader, starting with the 3rd battalion 6th marine regiment (Camp Lejeune, N.C.) and the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable) where he made lifelong contacts. While Preparing for his deployments, Mike received top notch Marine Corps training, attending infantry, scout/sniper & urban sniper schools, reconnaissance & surveillance school and also cold weather survival courses. Deployments included: Mediterranean, Persian gulf and Japan tours.
In 2016, Mike started Chest Candy Clothing for two reasons:
1) Keeping his Marine Corps memories and the people he served with alive by replicating his old unit t-shirts.
2) Creating a way for the current armed forces to celebrate their service by creating an easy way to order custom clothes from friendly, knowledgeable people who understand military life.