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Support Japan

On Friday March 11, 2011 we awoke to horrifying images of destruction and devastation that were a result of the tsunami and earthquake in Japan.

We immediately wanted to help.

This tee is one small way we can show our support.

100% of the proceeds from the sale of this shirt will be donated via the Red Cross directly to relief efforts in Japan.


El viernes 11 de marzo de 2011 fuimos testigos de la terrible devastación generada por un tsunami y un terremoto en Japón. Inmediatamente decidimos ayudar. Haz tu parte adquiriendo esta camiseta. El 100% de las ganancias por las ventas de esta camiseta ser

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