PHILADELPHIA, Pa. - A family-owned landscaping company has launched a merchandise line after President Donald Trump's legal team used its parking lot for a press conference Saturday.
Four Seasons Total Landscape found its way into the spotlight after President Trump tweeted that there was to be a news conference in Philadelphia at 11 a.m. at Four Seasons, according to the New York Times.
In what's been deemed an apparent mix-up, Trump's legal team held its press conference at the Four Seasons Total Landscaping instead, per The Times.
Now, the landscaping company is capitalizing on its newfound fame by selling stickers that say "Make America Rake Again" and "Lawn and Order."
Merchandise is still available on the company's website, including hoodies ($50) and T-shirts ($25).
In a statement issued Saturday, the business said it was "honored" to host the press conference and would have "proudly" hosted either candidate's campaign.