If you missed your chance to order. You might be in luck. There will be 19 additional shirts available on May 30th for. $20 each.
The shirt order is going to the printer on 5/21/2013 in order to be ready for the ride. Here is how it all shook out:
|Shirt Printing costs (15 shirts)||$75.00|
|Net Money Raised for Scott||$1,563.03|
|Total Shirts Sold||115|
T-shirts will be available for pickup at the following locations on May 30th:
Thanks to the generosity of Scott Fihma and Laurie Dyer at T&T Sales Promotions, the entire $15 price of the first 100 shirts ordered will go directly to Scott. Our cost is $5 per shirt so $10 of every shirt after that will go directly to Scott.
When I started Legs & Lungs, it was little more than a personal mantra I turned into a forum of inspiration for runners, cyclists and the "culture of super humans". We are sometimes elite athletes, pushing our bodies to unimaginable feats, but we are also the every athlete, driven by our own inspiring stories and expanding the perception of just what is possible in our daily lives. I started this to inspire others, to collectively raise our quality of life, but I certainly never saw the potential to need so much inspiration from the community for my own struggles. But then I got cancer and the struggles I had overcome previously now paled in comparison, and the flood of encouragement and inspiration given to this point has left me humbled and appreciative beyond words. I pull from every kind gesture, every good word and run/ride in my name to keep pushing through the discomfort of this trial with a sense of hope and positivity.
The original L&L shirts were a way of expressing our inspiration, our super human feats, in the public realm. They were a wink and a nod to others that shared our unique passions, and a way to extend the satisfaction we feel on the trails and the roads into the coffee shops and social clubs. These new shirts were created as a limited edition run for this fundraiser, the t-shirt colors differing from the original and the logo colors reversed as well, along with the "Raise Hell" theme printed on the back to show you took part in some way. Thank you for purchasing one of these shirts to help with the costs related to my current cancer treatments. I am, again, forever grateful and forever inspired by your generosity. I look forward to returning the favor when I'm out of this hospital and back on the trails.Scott