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Super Cute Tshirts for American Cancer Society - Fight Like a Girl




























My DH got one of these shirts for me for Mother's Day. Thankfully, I haven't had breast cancer, but we have dear friends that have struggled. He also knows that I appreciate supporting philanthropic causes. They're super-cute, so I thought you might be interested in ordering one too! All proceeds benefits the American Cancer Society.

Update 10/09: they have sold out of the tshirts, but I'll repost info if they get more in stock.

Comments

My mom is a breast cancer survivor. I'd love to order a t-shirt.
Renae
treefrogcreations@gmail.com
Thanks!!
WordGirl said…
I'd like one, too! shannontruss@yahoo.com
Anonymous said…
I would like to order a t-shirt also! kajunkoach@aol.com

Thanks
Anonymous said…
I would like to orderone, I ama ten year survivor!

Thanks~

novemberstorms@hotmail.com
ReeReeSews said…
I would like information to order as well please! karriel@charterinternet.com
Anonymous said…
Ann, would you send my info to Jen. I'd like to order a shirt. Hugs, K
Anonymous said…
I would like you to quit selling these shirts. This design was stolen from my relay team & we designed it & we have it licensed & currently we are trademarking it. This is our fundraiser & we should be the only ones selling it. We do have a lawyer & are pursuing having it removed.
MommySecrets said…
Ladies, it's been fun to hear your enthusiasm about these shirts. I love apparel with a message/story, and I'm still loving my tank top!

Dear anonymous, I wish we could contact you directly to resolve this issue - it's so difficult to resolve conflict online! Feel free to send me your contact info. Meanwhile, I've contacted my friend at the American Cancer Society, so she look into the issue more.
MommySecrets said…
Dear anonymous,
My friend at the American Cancer Socity suggest that you contact cancer.org or contact your local ACS staff office to further explore the trademark issue. They would love to resolve your concerns.
Ann
Liz said…
I'd love to order a t-shirt! My email is elizabeth.phillips@logan.kyschools.us. Thanks!
Anonymous said…
I would like to order a couple fo shirts! My email is corio0717@hotmail.com
Thanks!
nathena5150 said…
I would like to order some shirts, please contact me at davidandnathena@sbcglobal.net
lynchj said…
i would love one of these shirts. lynchj@comcast.net
melis1215 said…
I would live to get Some of these shirts. Please let me know how!!! Thx! Melis1215@aol.com
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mdsafrit said…
I would love to order a shirt for my aunt who is fighting breast cancer
mdsafrit@yahoo.com
Ellyn said…
I would love to order some of these t shirts. My email is eeraccoon@yahoo.com. Thanks
Zaneta said…
How do order these t-shirts?
Zaneta
Zaneta, I don't have your email address, but I'll tell you how to order a shirt. Send an email to my friend Jennifer at the American Cancer Society, refinnejb (at) gmail (dot) com, and she'll send you info about payment/shipping.
Snappy Di said…
I bought one last year. LOVE IT!. Photo of me in it on my blog.

DI
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