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Local Teenagers Using T-Shirts to Aid Tornado Victims

T-shirts made by Imprint Design were an idea of teenagers at a local high school. The goal is to sell enough to raise $40,000 for lingering April 27 tornado relief.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - The push to help others still recovering from April's deadly tornadoes is going strong.

These t-shirts made by Imprint Design were an idea of teenagers a local high school. The goal is to sell enough to raise $40,000 for lingering tornado relief.

Several community sponsors came together to help fund the making of the shirts. There are only 900 t-shirts left, at $10 a pop.

Karla Cook who helped put together the tornado t-shirt fundraiser says 100 percent of the proceeds go to victims

"So whenever you buy a t-shirt you're helping people in one of the cities directly," says Cook.

Cook says they are at $30,000.

Shirts are available at the following locations:
  • Centennial Bank (Mayflower and Vilonia Branchces)
  • First Security Bank (Mayflower and Vilonia Branches)
  • Eight Mile Store
  • Julie's Sweet Shoppe
  • Conway Chamber of Commerce

Group Ordering - Tim Ester at (501) 472-5084, Karla Cook at (501) 730-5000 or kkwcook@gmail.com or tim@stobys.com

Group orders of 50 or more have name and/or logo printed on sleeve.

100% of sales to to Mayflower and Vilonia Tornado Relief Fund split equally.
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