There's a new designer in town and he's encouraging locals to take their shirts off for a good cause. Less than a year ago, graphic designer John Kenney realized he was part of a consumer niche that wasn't being addressed -- late twenty- to early forty-something middle class and upper middle class professionals that have "outgrown the action sport brands but aren't quite ready for their dad's Tommy Bahama clothes."
|Courtesy of Soul & Spirit|
|Soul & Spirit's "Vintage Vinyl" tee.|
Women are welcome to attend the happy hour, but the first twenty guys through the door will receive aFREE
Soul & Spirit t-shirt. Any guy who decides to take off the work shirt he's wearing and donate it toCareer Gear
(a national charity providing upcycled business wear to men who have completed job training) will also score a complimentary tee. 5th & Wine will offer $5 drinks and happy hour specials during the bash.
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