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From modest beginnings, our company has gradually evolved into one of the largest providers of screen-printed apparel in the southern region of Louisiana. As we continue to grow, it becomes increasingly important to us that we recognize all of the support we have received from the community that has helped to get us where we are today. We couldn’t have done it without you!

This February, as part of our dedication to our community, we proudly launched our newest campaign, the “T-Fund”. Over the course of this year, we will be donating $10,000 in screen-printed apparel to worthy causes. So far, we have received a wonderful response — check out our first recipients below!



It Takes a Village BR

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It Takes A Village BR is a nonprofit organization devoted to serving the Greater Baton Rouge community. Every Sunday, volunteers of this organization feed the homeless and less fortunate under the north Blvd bridge.
To learn more about this organization, visit their Facebook page.



Athletics Anonymous

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Athletics Anonymous is a local softball league geared towards helping people who participate in a Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous programs and are active in sobriety.  Its purpose is to provide a positive outlet in staying clean an sober – to give people in recovery strength and hope for a new and better way of life.



LSU Dance Marathon

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Dance Marathon at LSU is a year-round philanthropic organization through which LSU students raise money for our local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital at Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital. Dance Marathon has a remarkable capability to unite students across LSU’s campus under a common goal of making miracles- to provide life-saving medical care for children, ensuring that no child is turned away because of an inability to pay. It is entirely student-run and culminates in a 26.2 hour Dance Marathon celebrating patients and families that have received treatment at the hospital as well as the students and various donors that have contributed to the cause. For these 26.2 hours, students pledge to stay on their feet – dancing, standing, playing games, listening to live entertainment, enjoying great local food, and hearing personal stories from children and families treated by Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital– to show their commitment to ensuring that no child fights alone. Every couple of hours, we have what we call a “Miracle Family” come and share their story. It makes what we are doing so much more important and makes the students that much more passionate about the organization.

“Comma Club” shirts are awarded to students who go above and beyond in their fundraising, bringing in a minimum of $1,000.00 in donations.

Learn more about the Dance Marathon at LSU by visiting their Facebook page.




 If your organization is doing something amazing, we want to hear about it! Visit our website to submit an application to our T-Fund.


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