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    Posted July 25, 2012 by
    McCall, Idaho
    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    Remembering theater shooting victims

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    My wife and I have been watching CNN on a constant basis ever since the horrible event on July 20th in Aurora. As soon as the disaster happened, I immediately went to work.

    I own Disastees.com, a subsidiary of our screen printing company UGDUSA.com located in Idaho. Since 2010, we have been designing, producing, selling and shipping T Shirts at cost to raise money for victims of disaster locally, nationally, and globally. We started Disastees.com to help a friend who lost his entire family to a landslide in Panama in December of 2010.

    Since we started the organization, we have been able to raise thousands of dollars for 8 different projects. And now, we seek to help the victims of the most recent Colorado Disaster. We work hand in hand with many Non-Profit 501(c)3 organizations and are rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau.

    We are selling the following shirt at Disastees.com for $20 plus shipping. $13 of each shirt will be donated directly to the Community First Foundation of Colorado who are working directly with the victims. $4 goes to the actual garment itself. The remaining $3 goes to ink, emulsion, and other necessary supplies. All of us at Disastees.com are donating their time and energy to raise funds for this project. We will not be taking ANY profit from the sale of this shirt.

    We would be honored if Anderson Cooper would wear one of our shirts for the cause. I know that he has been adamant in ensuring that we focus on the victims and has done his best not to mention the person who did such horrible things to so many innocent people.

    Thanks for your time. We look forward to helping those in need!

    Again, the shirts can be found at Disastees.com. We will be shipping out our first orders Monday.
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