“Appalachia Strong” t-shirt sales raising flood relief funds


LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- A Kentucky t-shirt maker has designed a new shirt to help raise money for flood relief in Southeast Kentucky after weekend storms.

Shop Local Kentucky says it will give 100% of the net proceeds from t-shirt sales to the Southeast Kentucky Flood Relief Fund.

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Shirts come in adult and kids sizes. You can find them here. 



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