Call For Help-ShirtsByMail.com Selling Hurricane Charley T-Shirts to Raise Money

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T-Shirts are being produced in honor of the courage and strength used to fight the devastation that Hurricane Charley left behind for much of Florida and the East Coast. These t-shirts will be available at http://www.shirtsbymail.com and for every hurricane t-shirt sold $4.00 will go to the Red Cross to help those in need.

Just over two weeks after the hurricane, the efforts continue to restore power and help those whose homes were lost in the devastation. The Red Cross is working around the clock to feed, clothe, and provide shelter to those in need. The entire country has pitched in to help efforts by sending monetary donations as well as food and clothing.

In commemoration, Shirts By Mail has printed t-shirts in limited quantities that proudly state our encouragement for the victims as well as victory for those who survived. Available exclusively at http://www.shirtsbymail.com, these shirts are a great way to show your support as well as make a Red Cross donation to help those in need.

Shirts By Mail is a company that was started just over a year ago by a designer who wanted to put his creative designs on t-shirts. The company has grown so much in the past year that we have decided to expand. We are in the process of adding more stock designs, more t-shirt colors and styles, custom designing and soon to come...custom embroidery for both you and your pets! We have prided ourselves on excellent quality and customer service. It is on this reputation that we are reaching out to our past, present and future customers to help us donate to the hurricane relief efforts.

We believe strongly in the efforts of the Red Cross and are proud to use our resources to contribute to the Hurricane Charley Relief Fund.

For more information contact Chris McIntyre at 765-532-0852 or visit our website http://www.shirtsbymail.com

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