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[UPDATE: You can now preorder the shirts on Bark Tees: click here]
As part of the Sons of Ben's ongoing fight to end hunger in Chester City, the Brotherly Game is happy to co-announce a new shirt to aid in the process (graphic of the tee can be seen above). Shirt maker Bark Tees also helped to make the idea become reality.
With the help of Bark Tees all profits from the shirt sales will go towards the Sons of Ben's charity, Help Kick Hunger, which benefits the Bernardine Center. The shirts will be available on preorder soon through Bark Tees for $15 and can also be purchased at the PPL Park home opener, against the Vancouver Whitecaps, for the Union on March 26. Each shirt is printed for the cost of $6.50, meaning that every shirt yields $8.50 for charity.
More after the jump.
Through the mind of Sons of Ben member Jeremy Sharpe, and with the help of fellow members Chrissy and Mark Sakers, Sara Shepard, comes 'Stache Bash.' Sharpe decided to grow out his mustache one day and it immediately became a legend amongst the Sons of Ben. Long time friend of the Brotherly Game, Shaun Kreider, designed the shirt (his work can also be found on Broad Street Hockey and its own shirt store).
More news will most likely come out about 'Stache Bash' and the shirts soon.
Please use #stachebash and #weMUSTache to further the movement on Twitter and be sure to 'like' this story on Facebook to spread the word.