Bernanke's "Mug Shot" Found--on a T-Shirt

May 06, 2013, 10:00 ET from Nest Egg Builders Corp.

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.

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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 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.