How the ‘Sonic’ sweatshirt made $100,000 in its first week of sale

The first day that the Sonic sweatshirt was on sale at a superstore, its price tag was $100.

The second day, it was $70.

But the day after that, it sold for $100! 

On its first day of sale, the new Sonic sweatshirts sold for more than $100 on Amazon, and by Monday, the brand had made $300,000.

The company also posted a whopping $5 million profit on sales of the $90 sweatshirt it launched in March, the second-biggest haul in the company’s history. 

On the day that its first sweatshirt sold for just $10,000, Sonic had earned more than it has in a single week since it launched its first line of apparel, in February. 

Its second biggest haul was from the “Hype” line of shirts, which sold for over $15,000 on the day of their launch. 

The new “Hocus Pocus” sweatshirt that launched last year had sold for about $7,000 at the time, and was a hit at the end of the season. 

And now, the new “Flex” line is going strong, selling for more $15 a pop, according to Scoop. 

If the new line of “Flux” sweatshorts can continue to sell, they’ll have a lot of room to grow. 

“I’m really happy for them.

They’ve been through a lot in the past couple of years.

But we’re going to see a lot more sales in the coming weeks,” said Matt Sperling, president of sales and marketing for The New York Times Co., which owns The Times and is responsible for The Times’ brand identity. 

As the company is a media company, it has to have a strong marketing plan. 

It has to get its message out and be able to tell the right stories, Sperline said. 

They are trying to get more exposure to consumers and the media. 

In the meantime, they are not afraid to try something new. 

Sperling said that he thinks that the company will continue to see success.

“I think that’s a huge advantage to a brand that has an original and original brand identity,” he said.

“We can create a brand identity that is both unique and timeless.” 

The New York City-based company was founded in 2013, and has grown to a nearly $4 billion market valuation, with more than 3,000 stores in over 60 countries. 

After Spartacus, the company was acquired by American Apparel last year for $13 billion.