Customers can purchase clothing from the show "General Hospital" through CafePress, an online retailer of customer-created merchandise. Consumers can either select a design already available on the company's website or create their own.
Fans that want to purchase merchandise from the show can do so through CafePress, either by visiting the company's website, CafePress.com, directly or through the ABC network's website, abc.go.com. The retailer offers a variety of General Hospital-themed products, including clothing, tote bags, magnets, journals and more.
As of 2015, CafePress has General Hospital clothing available in a wide range of styles and sizes for babies, children, men and women. The shop includes T-shirts, long-sleeve shirts, tanks, sweatshirts and hoodies. Infant bodysuits and kids' jerseys provide other options. Most of the designs reference the show itself, the town of Port Charles, or individual characters and couples. Customers can also choose to create their own designs and share and sell them through CafePress.
"General Hospital," a daytime drama airing five days a week on the ABC network, debuted on April 1, 1963. The show centers around the lives of the residents of Port Charles, New York, including the staff at General Hospital. In 2014, the show aired its 13,000th episode, after celebrating its 50th anniversary a year prior.