Pittsburgh Loves Pit Bulls: Hello Bully Campaign
Our friends over at The Cotton Factory, a Pittsburgh-based quality tee and apparel company, are avid supporters of the charity Hello Bully, an organization whose mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and repair the reputation of the American Pit Bull Terrier. This all-volunteer organization is driven by their pure love for pit bulls. The two have teamed up to provide limited edition PITsburgh tees and aprons that are available for a very limited time – until May 31, with $5 from each t-shirt and $3 from each apron going to the charity.
The tees and aprons are available online at The Cotton Factory’s website. Snab these cute items while you can, as they’ll no longer be available after the 31st. Look how cute!
In addition to this generous promotion, The Cotton Factory and TeeRex Syndicate will be open for Unblurred along Penn Avenue on Friday, June 1st from 6 to 10PM. Each month, they take 10% from their t-shirt sales for the evening and donating it to a selected charity. This month, they’re supporting Frack Pittsbsurgh, who fights big oil and gas and their take-over of our state and local governments via campaign contributions and by educating the public and holding our officials accountable. In the upcoming months their main focus will be on turning seats in the PA state Legislature and educating the public and their officials about why Pennsylvania must have a moratorium on drilling.
If you recall, we interviewed The Cotton Factory/TeeRex owners Samantha and Stephen back in December. These lovely people are doing great things for both the Penn Avenue Arts District and the Hello Bully organization. We would like to give them props and encourage you to visit their shop, located 5440 Penn Avenue. For more information on what else TeeRex Syndicate has going on during the crawl, hop on over here. And for information on Unblurred, visit their Facebook page.