Bernanke's "Mug Shot" Found--on a T-Shirt
NEW YORK, May 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Nest Egg Builders Corp., an annuity-marketing firm, has created a T-shirt to protest the fiscal policies of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.
The shirts were made in response to what Nest Egg Builders President Bob Hock calls "crimes" against U.S. senior citizens: rates are so artificially low that CDs pay less than 1%, which, in turn forces seniors to put their nest eggs in risky investments to get a decent return to live on.
Hock says wearing his T-shirt will "show the world you think it's Ben Bernanke who committed the crime of crushing your dream of a safe, secure retirement while he manipulated markets and devalued the U.S. dollar." Bernanke's mug shot is available for you to enjoy—even if it's only on a T-shirt, Hock says.
The "Wanted: Bernanke" T-shirt features the Federal Reserve chairman holding a placard that details his crimes against the U.S. economy. It comes in tan, brown and green.
For more information about or to purchase the "Wanted: Bernanke" T-shirt, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. NestEgg Builders Corp., known as "The Crusader for the American Saver," is a Hopewell Junction, New York-based financial services firm.
Contact: Bob Hock, president of Nest Egg Builders Corp.,
1-(800) 227-6660, ext. 225
SOURCE Nest Egg Builders Corp.