and by fostering public involvement in red wolf conservation.
Red Wolf T-Shirt Now On Sale!
The Red Wolf Coalition, in partnership with Bonfire, is now selling a red wolf T-shirt. The shirts are cardinal red and include a colorful, hand-drawn red wolf graphic on the front.
This is your chance to once again show your support for red wolves…and to look good doing it! The shirts are available in five styles:
- Youth T-shirt: $20
- Unisex T-shirt: $20
- Ladies Slim-Fit T-shirt: $22
- Long-Sleeve T-shirt: $25
- Hooded Sweatshirt: $40
Please note that XXL and XXXL sizes are $1.00 and $2.00 more expensive respectively. A shipping/handling charge of $5.00 will be added to each order.
Please order using the address below:
This special T-shirt design is part of a RWC fundraising campaign, so it is only available until 3 May 2016. Net proceeds from this T-shirt fundraiser will benefit the Red Wolf Coalition and its work on behalf of red wolves.
If you have questions about this fundraiser, please contact us at email@example.com.
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