“Apparently kid” gets his very own clothing line

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“Apparently kid” gets his very own clothing line

WAYNE COUNTY, PA – Who knew an interview at a county fair could make you famous?

By now, you’ve probably seen the viral video of the cute red head, Noah Ritter,  who’s being nicknamed the “apparently kid.”

Well, apparently he’s inspired a brand new clothing line.

Brian Wilken of Pike Wayne Shriners says, “It’s kind of funny how it all happened, the good Lord put the idea in my head yesterday, we should sell T-shirts at the fair that say apparently.”

Wilken teamed up with Platform Industries to design the new kid-inspired apparel.

Chris Murray of Platform Industries adds, “You know, the wheels start turning, we kind of collaborated, and we had some shirts laying around here we just started printing.”

Now, let’s get one thing straight, it’s not just about making money.

Not only will the $10 t-shirts be sold at the Wayne County Fairgrounds, where little Noah made his TV debut, but profits from the “apparently” gear will go toward the Shriner’s Hospital for Children.

We’d say it’s apparent that this is a great idea.