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Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Tulsa team up to sell T-shirts to help tornado victims

Saturday, May 25, 2013

Unlike Kevin Ware T-shirts being sold to profit off his horrible injury, this is an apparel sales idea that is easy to support. Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Tulsa are teaming up on T-shirts to help benefit the victims of the tornadoes that caused massive damage in the state. At $19.99, the shirts bear the logos of the three major schools in the state with the phrase "OK Together" at the top. Proceeds will go to The United Way. (Yahoo! Sports)

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