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Wall of Fame

Everyone deserves 15 minutes of fame, especially our friends around the world and here in Stillwater. Check out some of the recent photos that we've received via e-mail or taken at Joe's.

Got a picture of someone wearing a Joe's shirt or displaying something from Joe's? It can be from a far-away place or your own backyard. Click here to submit your photo to the Wall of Fame!

These are the most recent pictures. As new pictures are added, older ones move down to additional pages. To browse the archives, just select a page number below:


  • Left to Right, Dago Moreno, Chris Nault, Suzette Moreno, Mercy Moreno, Leslie Moreno Nault at the beach in Roatan, Honduras Easter 2015.

  • Just wanted a good bite to eat!

  • The last time we had the whole family home for the weekend, we all put on our folds of honor t-shirts and took a family picture.

  • Taking a break from jogging along side the Grand Canal in Venice!

  • This is a photo of my husband, Mike, and I on the Expedition Everest ride at DisneyWorld that perfectly depicts our diverging views on the enjoyment of rollercoasters!

  • Bruce and Kathie Cox and Monkey Max with their smiles on getting ready to hop aboard a sailboat for a week of sailing the BVI's back in February.

  • My family and I were in San Antonio this past Spring Break. We had a blast!! People had asked us if we were from Oklahoma and whereabout. Several people had told us that they liked our shirts.

  • A pic in our Joe shirts at the Alaska Sea Life Center in front of Resurrection Bay.

  • Grainger York is all Smiles in his Joe's onesie - in Prosper, Texas.

  • My nephew and son, Braden Turner and Campbell Shrader, pictured along the levee in Vicksburg Mississippi. My nephew has been working on a genealogy project for 10 years and this trip was a culmination of his research finding family and new friends along the way. Mississippi may be where we came from but nothing beats calling sweet Oklahoma home. My boys were proud to show off their Eskimo Joe's Route 66 shirts.
    Julie Shrader