Confident and familiar. Just like the white T it's printed on.

Confident and familiar. Just like the white T it's printed on.
BCBusiness proposes T-shirts that Surrey can actually be proud of.

The obvious, irrefutable, demographically based rebuttal to Surrey haters.

The obvious, irrefutable, demographically based rebuttal to Surrey haters.
BCBusiness proposes T-shirts that Surrey can actually be proud of.

A little harsh, we know, but a bit of chin-music to smug urbanites never hurt anyone.

A little harsh, we know, but a bit of chin-music to smug urbanites never hurt anyone.
BCBusiness proposes T-shirts that Surrey can actually be proud of.

Nothing spiteful or ironic here. Just pure Surrey hospitality.

Nothing spiteful or ironic here. Just pure Surrey hospitality.
BCBusiness proposes T-shirts that Surrey can actually be proud of.

BCBusiness helps the maligned town get its PR back with a few proposals for T-shirts of their own.

It's been a tough week for Surrey's otherwise thriving brand. The fast-growing city with the mayor everyone wishes they had was sideswiped by SurreyShirts.com and their handful of T-shirted jabs relating to the city's gang-violence problem. The city is still reeling from the threaded attack, even after SurreyShirt.com's manager Don Pitcairn's claims that he loves the city and the slogans were, uh, social commentary. Sorry, Don—even when we squint, we can't see the satire in "The Future Dies Here." So in keeping with the BCBusiness mission to advocate for and empower our readers (in this case, those in Surrey specifically), we present a collection of fresh T-shirt slogans the city can use at their leisure to return the shine to their regional brand. Okay, fine: SurreyShirts.com can use them, too.