Monday, December 2, 2013

Link Apparel

The founder of Link Apparel and his brother were diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy at an early age. Growing up with a challenge, they chose to focus on the positives in life. They believe in seeing the person first, not the disability. They believe in seeing a person's abilities, rather than their disabilities. And they want to inspire others to do the same, whether you have a disability or not. So they created Link Apparel to provide everyone with a way to give back. With every purchase you make, a portion is given to help people with disabilities overcome their challenges.
I received both the men's and the women's tee. The women's tee is extremely soft and lightweight for summer. This beautiful design was created by Janet from Donna Lexa Community Art Centers. Made from 70% Rayon from Bamboo and 30% cotton. Charcoal gray. For more about Donna Lexa Community Art Centers visit,
 The men's shirt is super soft lightweight charcoal gray. Made from 70% Rayon from Bamboo and 30% cotton. Designed by Jesse, courtesy of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists. To see more of Jesse's art visit, www.facebook/puddleodreamz. Both shirts are great quality and super comfy! I love the designs on both as well!

Check it all out at Link Apparel on Facebook, as well as Link Apparel on Twitter.

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