Sound Off Apparel is a company that partners with bands to co-design clothing that raises funds and awareness for a charity of the musicians’ choice. Founded by Louis XIV drummer Mark Maigaard and marketing professional Erin Goss, the project features a new partnership each month and produces limited edition t-shirts that donate over 40% of the proceeds from each sale to the chosen cause.
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TRANSFER elected to benefit the San Diego-based charity Center for Community Solutions (CCS) which provides prevention and intervention services for sexual assault and relationship violence to over 11,000 individuals each year. Seven dollars from the sale of each shirt will go specifically to CCS Prevention and Education Services.
According to Verna Griffin-Tabor, executive director at Center for Community Solutions, they are grateful to be the beneficiary of TRANSFER’s T shirt promotion in partnership with Sound Off Apparel. “We seek every opportunity to raise awareness on the importance of promoting healthy relationships and prevention violence, and this is a wonderful way for us to reach a new demographic, “she said. “Everyone in our community plays a role in violence prevention and we are thankful for this support.”
Shirts will be sold through the Sound Off Apparel website in addition to one night only at The Casbah on July 13th where TRANSFER will headline a show that includes Blackout Party, Flaggs and The Palace Ballroom. Get your tickets HERE!
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