Sales of T-shirts with ‘Stronger Than Hate’ Steelers logo to benefit Tree of Life victims
It’s been all over social media in the week since the Tree of Life tragedy in Squirrel Hill. Now, T-shirts with the modified Pittsburgh Steelers logo are being marketed for the benefit of the victims of the shooting at the synagogue.
Underground Printing is partnering with the Steelers for the sale and distribution of the shirts, the local screenprinting company announced Friday. Proceeds from the sale of the shirts benefit the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh - Fund for Victims of Terror.
The modified Steelers logo - a Star of David serves in lieu of the yellow (upwardmost) hypocycloid, with the phrase “Stronger Than Hate” in place of “Steelers” - was created by Trailblaze Creative CEO Tim Hindes after the Oct. 28 Squirrel Hill shooting that left 11 dead.
The shirts are available for $20 online at upg.io/steelcity. They can also be purchased at the Underground Printing retail store at 117 Meyran Avenue in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, and UGP says shirts are expected to be in other Pittsburgh retail stores next week.
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