Boise, ID (PRWEB) March 20, 2011
PalmerCash has a deep business and personal connection to Japan; through customers, friends, and family both living there now and in recent years. PalmerCash also has a Japanese sales team from the Tokyo region with family affected by the disasters. PalmerCash's Creative Director also lived in Japan and treasures the relationship he maintains with the country and culture. In response to recent events, PalmerCash was compelled to help in any way they were able.
When PalmerCash considered what they could do, naturally the first thought was to do what they do best: make cool t-shirts. They created a collection of shirts featuring the Prefecture and City symbols of the areas most deeply affected by this tragedy. Ben Hart, PalmerCash's founder and President says, "We hope PalmerCash fans and anyone who wants to help will reach out and buy these shirts not only to assist financially in Japan's recovery, but to show support and solidarity as well. The people of Japan are in dire need, and most likely things are going to be difficult for them for a long time, so continued financial and physical support is needed. This is our way to help that process."
ALL PROFITS from sales of these shirts will go directly to the relief efforts to aid Japan. PalmerCash is thankful for its vast network of customers and fans for helping them help Japan in this time of need and do some good through the t-shirt industry.
To see the charity shirts that are available for sale on http://www.PalmerCash.com:
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PalmerCash has been making cool, vintage t-shirts since 2003 when the company was
started in a garage in Boise, Idaho and has grown to sell well over 1 million t-shirts worldwide and counting. They currently sell to all seven continents and can be found in stores all over the world.
Contact: Seth Robinson
5260 Sawyer Ave.
Boise, Idaho 83714
Phone: 208-376-6745 ext. 14