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The Vermont Clothing Company Has Released A T-Shirt To Raise Money For The Victims Of Irene

The Vermont Clothing Company, a St. Albans, Vermont based custom embroidery and screenprinting company, has just released a limited edition T-shirt for the sole purpose of raising funds for the victims affected by Tropical Storm Irene. The company, which is owned and managed entirely by native Vermonters, has a long reputation for using the talents of its staff and its far reaching sales network to raise money for many causes and organizations over the past two decades. However, according to company officials, this disaster has really touched all employees like none other before.

The T-shirts are 100% pre-shrunk 'SoftStyle' cotton and are available in sizes Small thru XXL. Available colors are Black, Pink, Chestnut and Military Green. The price for the shirts is $20.00 including same day FREE SHIPPING anywhere in the continental United States. For each shirt sold, $5.00 will be donated directly to the Vermont Division of the American Red Cross.

The Vermont Clothing Company Raises $5,500 for Irene Relief

Big E attendees give St. Albans Business' $5 Per "Vermont Tough" Shirt Campaign Momentum

St. Albans, Vermont – November 7, 2011- Vermont Clothing Company presented a $5,499 check to the American Red Cross of Vermont & the New Hampshire Valley Region in efforts to provide relief from Tropical Storm Irene. VCC's successful program hit its stride at The Big Exposition or "Big E" held in Springfield, MA where the effort netted the majority of the $5K. "We know that the state needs to rebuild. Vermont businesses want to be part of the solution. This is one way Vermont Clothing Company could make a difference," said VCC's Owner and Operator, PattiJo Walker.

The popular line of Vermont-oriented clothing includes the ever-popular "Peace Love & Cows" and a crowd favorite: "Vermont what happens here, stays here. But nothing ever really happens." TM While the shirt pokes fun at Vermont's relatively quiet nature, residents throughout New England and across the country seemed all too familiar with the stories of devastation that occurred due to the rushing rivers, and the engorged flood waters that wreaked havoc on the Green Mountain State.

The fundraiser centered on the "Vermont Tough" tee shirts which sold for $15 apiece at the Big E and online at the company's www.vermontclothingcompany.com website. The most successful sales period was "Vermont Day" at the exposition where the clothing company sold 250 shirts, earning almost a quarter of the total funds raised. The monies are earmarked to go directly to the American Red Cross' long term recovery efforts stemming from Tropical Storm Irene and their Disaster Relief Fund supporting natural disasters like Irene as well the over one hundred fires, floods and other emergencies that occur each year in our region.

"With this t-shirt, Vermont Clothing Company created a fun and innovative way to support Vermonters," said Larry Crist, Regional Executive of the Vermont & the New Hampshire Valley American Red Cross. "With the support of community partners like VCC, the Red Cross can ensure that our neighbors do not have to face the devastation of disaster alone," Crist added. "That donors received a cool t-shirt as a way to visiblly demonstrate their support was a great idea."

Vermont Clothing Company, based in St. Albans, with 20 years of providing quality apparel, vowed to continue the program through December to maximize the total donations in 2011. "It was amazing to witness the level of support," said VCC's Jay Cummings who devised and managed the program. "Many shoppers dug deep into their pockets and also offered a cash donation along with their shirt purchase simply out of the kindness of their hearts. The residents and attendees of the BIG E faced tornadoes earlier this year and as a result felt a personal connection to the struggles of Vermonters," stated Cummings.

For more information about American Red Cross and to make a contribution, please visit www.AmericanRedCross.org.

Vermont Clothing Company Raises Another $535 For Irene Relief Through T-Shirt Sales

The Vermont Clothing Company (VCC) of St. Albans presented a check for $535.00 on February 14th to the American Red Cross of Vermont & the New Hampshire Valley Region in an effort to continue to provide relief from Tropical Storm Irene. This check is in addition to the $5,500.00 that was presented to the Red Cross this past November by VCC, bringing the current total to over $6,000.00.

According to VCC owner, Matt Walker, the latest money was raised through the sale of their popular 'Vermont Tough' T-shirts at the company’s University Mall outlet store. "As native Vermonters, we are extremely pleased and proud to be able to support our neighbors in such a direct way" Walker said. "We will continue to sell the T-shirts on our web site, www.vermontclothingcompany.com and, of course, we will continue to donate $5.00 to the Red Cross for each shirt sold."

Tamira Martel, Development Director for the Red Cross's local office accepted the check on behalf of the organization. "Once again, we cannot thank the Vermont Clothing Company enough for their continued fund raising on our behalf. "The long-term recovery efforts stemming from Irene have been significant for a smaller office like ours and the amazing and on-going generosity of the Vermont Clothing Company has been overwhelming."

For more information about American Red Cross and to make a contribution, please visit www.AmericanRedCross.org.

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