Posted by Jennifer Bradley

A custom, interactive shopping experience in 250 square feet.


DALLAS, January 21, 2016 - Dallas’s favorite local T-shirt shop has opened a second location at the new 26,000 square foot artisanal vendor hall at the Dallas Farmer’s Market. Bullzerk owner Dan Bradley was inspired by European retail stores to open a shop under 400 square feet. The newest Bullzerk outfitter is a custom-built 1953 Spartanette trailer that creates an interactive shopping experience like no other. Customers walk right up to the bar and look to the TV screen and shelves behind the counter to make their selections. Next to the T-shirt trailer is a nook of more Bullzerk products including coasters, posters, koozies, candles and more. Although it's much smaller in size, the new location will be selling the majority of the products sold at the original location in Lower Greenville. Bullzerk is one of 16 vendors currently open at the Dallas Farmer's Market, with eight more opening soon. As Bradley says, "Why wouldn't you want to buy T-shirts out of a trailer next to a tamale shop?" The Market fosters a unique sense of community, making it the perfect place for Bullzerk to expand and reach more Dallas residents.


The Farmer’s Market location will only be open on the weekends through the end of February, and every day starting March 1. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays. 



About Bullzerk

Bullzerk is a screen printing, design and clothing outfitter that specializes in Dallas humor. What started as a small T-shirt shop on Lower Greenville has evolved into the #1 gift shop in DFW selling hats, onesies, outerwear, posters, coasters, koozies, notebooks, glasses, mugs and much more. Visit and follow us on social media for more info.