KB IS MY HOMEBOY!

by 2 July 29, 2012 0 Comments

  Kevin Burkhardt has been cool with us for a while and the thought of releasing a shirt dedicated to him has been an idea we've kicked around since the start of the brand. Yesterday before the game I whipped this up to see what the masses thought. It spread around pretty quickly with the help of Justin Turner and other people anxious to get one. It was clear we had to make these.           I hit up KB to make sure he was cool with it and asked if he'd like us to donate a portion of the profits to the charity of his choice. He decided on the Make A Wish Foundation. A portion of each shirt sold will be donated in his name to help make a wish come true for a child in need. KB will also be making a donation of his own to the foundation. As a part of the best broadcast team in the business the time has come to bring the idea to life. Buy this shirt and hunt him down next time you're at a game. Will be great for a photo op! BUY ONE HERE! 


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