Tee Compressed Launches Collaboration With Youth Education Programs to Raise Exercise Awareness

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Tee Compressed provides custom designed t-shirts for non-profit organizations and youth education programs focused on raising health and wellness awareness in the Solana Beach and San Diego areas.

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We believe in the programs and keeping kids fit and giving them something quality to wear.

Tee Compressed is working closely with non-profit organizations, youth education programs and schools in order to help raise awareness regarding the importance of integrating exercise and wellness initiatives, such as pilates and yoga, into school curricula. They are providing custom designed t-shirts in an effort to draw attention to the cause.

"We're helping the children become more aware of being physically fit," states Elise Harding, owner of Tee Compressed.

The t-shirt design displays both the non-profit organization's and youth education program's logo. Though the t-shirts are often given to children for free, several adults are also wearing and ordering the shirts as well. The campaign began in mid-August, with the distribution of orders being finalized by the end of October as children begin to settle into the new school year.

Harding believes providing these custom t-shirts is an excellent way to promote and raise awareness for the non-profit organizations, youth education programs, and schools involved.

"We believe in the programs and keeping kids fit and giving them something quality to wear," says Harding.

"The kids are super excited about this whole program, the program itself is gaining traction, the programs are a new concept and therefore they often need to be funded by a non-profit. More and more schools are catching on to this new idea," Harding explains in regards to the campaign.

Though this effort is focused in the Solana Beach and San Diego area, promoting healthier eating and exercise habits has been a national cause. First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move! campaign to end childhood obesity by encouraging healthier foods in schools, as well as increasing physical activity, has been adopted by schools, families, and communities across the country. Launched in 2010, the initiative released a promotional song and music video titled "Move Your Body" and featured hip hop and R&B musical artists Beyoncé Knowles and Swizz Beatz.

About Tee Compressed

Tee Compressed offers t-shirt printing services for a wide variety of organizations and causes. Their promotional gear, such as towels, compressed t-shirts, printed hats, tote bags and more, can be used for businesses, promotions, tradeshows and more. To learn more about the company, visit http://www.teecompressed.com.

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