1986 Clothing Co. offers statement pieces that build disABILITIES awareness

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For every single item sold, 1986 will donate 10% of all profit to the participating organization of your choice.

Locally owned 1986 Clothing Co. recently launched its website www.1986ClothinghCo.com . 1986 creates statement pieces that build awareness, love and joy in light of the very special people in our lives who have disABILITIES. All t-shirts are designed and created locally using quality materials and 10% of all profit will be donated to the participating organization of your choice upon checkout.

The website offers unique designs with positive messages for people with different abilities. 1986 focuses on the individual’s abilities and qualities and not their disabilities. Every t-shirt is designed with love and carries a powerful message to be shared.

Some of the current designs include:

  • Erase dis in disABILITIES
  • Blessed
  • More than Down
  • Special not Different
  • Pure Love

1986 has selected six organizations to benefit from the website sales. All organizations have a mission or project focused on enhancing the lives of people with developmental disabilities. For more information on benefiting organizations or to view our designs, visit www.1986ClothingCo.com.

About 1986 Clothing Co.

In 1986, our co-creator’s brother, Chris, was born with Down syndrome.  Since that day, she has made it her life’s work to change the lives of people with disABILITIES everywhere.

Cynthia and her family have teamed up to start 1986 Clothing Co. with the simple concept of creating statement pieces that build awareness and love.  For every single item sold, 1986 will donate 10% of all profit to the participating organization of your choice.

Contact

To learn more about 1986 Clothing Co., please contact

Jose Bowles

hello@1986ClothingCo.com

786-287-2882


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