Monday, February 1, 2016

Flint Vs. Everybody shirt will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Flint

Posted By on Mon, Feb 1, 2016 at 5:22 PM

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There's a water crisis in Flint. You may have heard

Benefits to raise money to send clean drinking water have been popping up all over town. Even Timbaland came to Detroit to contribute to the cause, although that didn't end well



Now the company that created the iconic Detroit Vs. Everybody T-shirt will be selling a limited edition Flint Vs. Everybody screen print. 

"As Flint is a neighbor to Detroit, it is a no brainer that the thought of this shirt would eventually be a reality," a press release reads. 

The shirts will be available starting Feb. 1 both online and in Detroit Vs. Everybody's retail locations. Men's and women's T-shirts goes for $35, unisex long-sleeve shirts are $40, crew neck sweatshirts are $50, and hooded sweatshirts are $55. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Boys and Girls Club of Flint.

To purchase a shirt go here

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