February 25th, 2015 is Pink Shirt Day. This is a day to show your support and stand up against bullying. Bullying is becoming more and more prevalent on our society. The pink shirt is a symbol of our unity that we will not tolerate bullying in our schools, workplaces or anywhere else for that matter.
The Pink Shirt campain started in Nova Scotia where David Shepherd, Travis Price and their friends organized a high school protest in which the entire school wore pink shirts in support of a boy in Grade 9 who was bullied for wearing a pink polo shirt. I don’t think when these two teens bought a bunch of pink shirts for their classmates that it would become what it has. It’s an amazing story of how one person can make a difference. (You can read more about their story and about Pink Shirt Day here.)
We at Promotional Bridge urge you to get invovled by donating money, time or by simply wearing a pink shirt and show everyone that bullying will not be tolerated. There are hundreds of ways to get involved. The best way is to talk with your children. Teach them to take a stand against bullies. Get involved.
Pink Shirt Day is the motive behind February’s Promotional Item of the month. It’s a great opportunity to show the community that your company/group/ charity does not support bullying in any shape or form.
This 100% 10 oz pre-shrunk cotton crew neck t-shirt ranges in sizing from youth x-small (fits youth sizes 2 -4) to adult 3XL.We can put your one colour logo, slogan, or other creation on this t-shirt for only $13.95!!
The minimum order is only 24 peices. Pricing includes a one colour, one location imprint. Art charges may apply if high resolution art is not supplied.
Other colours are available, even other shades of pink if this Azalea one doesn’t fit with your brand. Call us at 403.457.0944 or 780.701.9666 for more information. We can also be reached via email at email@example.com
A portion of the proceeds of our Pink T-Shirt sales for the month of February will go the Kids Help Phone. The Kids Help Phone is a volunteer based program where kids can call in anomously and talk about their problems.
Show your support by wearing a pink shirt and tweeting hashtag #pinkshirt day on February 25.
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