Public Land Tees is doing their part to help several wildlife conservation-driven organizations with this clever shirt.
Admit it: you, along with everyone else, loves a good graphic t-shirt.
If you're a hunter, conservationist, public land advocate, or just a fan of wildlife, then Sam Soholt and the team at Public Land Tees have a brilliant way for you to support the right kind of causes.
It's the Conservation Crossing T-Shirt, which rewards a buyer a cool short sleeved shirt, plus a membership to all five non-government organizations represented by the five animals crossing the road.
Those five include Backcountry Hunters and Anglers, Delta Waterfowl, National Wild Turkey Federation, Pheasants Forever, and the Mule Deer Foundation.
Here's Soholt with more:
Now, you're likely wondering how much the shirt costs. It's $125, which is actually a steal considering the membership fees for all five of these programs. It may end up being the most expensive t-shirt you own, but it'll pay for itself in the perks your membership provides, plus the confidence knowing the resources are going to a cause you care about.
Soholt, a big part of the thought process behind Public Land Tees and specifically the Conservation Crossing shirt, said that the idea stemmed from seeing the effects of the past year on these organizations.
Since they were unable to hold their annual conventions and fundraising events due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the organizations had a serious issue on their hands: membership losses without retention in an already difficult financial period for just about every North American citizen.
Soholt and Public Land Tees saw an opportunity to pitch in and help out, hopefully making a positive impact on the organizations that have proven so vital to the fight for public land conservation and access improvement.
Now they've given us the opportunity to help out in our own way. Find out more, and see the rest of the Public Land Tees offerings, at PublicLandTees.com.
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