Cincinnati Vol. 1, Shirt 14: "Cin"

Cincinnati Vol. 1, Shirt 14: "Cin"

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Cincinnati Vol. 1, Shirt 14: "Cin"

$8 from each shirt sold will be donated to the family of Ronnie Bowers.

Available only through October 16th, and then it's gone. This product is not affiliated with, endorsed, or sponsored by the Cincinnati Bengals.

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This shirt is available for order until midnight EST on October 17, 2016. After the ordering period is closed, please allow an additional 10 business days for production. Your order will be shipped or available for pickup at the latest on November 01, 2016.

The Need

Ronnie Bowers III, a 16-year-old junior at Kettering Fairmont High School who loved football and spending time with his younger brother, was leaving a local festival when he was shot in the back of the head. It was a dispute among some other teens and Ronnie was an innocent bystander; he passed away two days after the shooting. Ronnie had just received his driver’s license a few weeks before and signed up to be an organ donor. His mother Jessica calls Ronnie her first true love, and sees him as a hero. What started out as a fun evening at a local high school festival turned into tragedy for this family. We hope to raise money for medical and funeral expenses to help relieve the burden on Jessica, with a design representing Ronnie’s favorite team. Please consider a shirt purchase or donation to the online fundraiser.

Contributing Artist

Native of Dublin, Ohio, Sean is a 28-year-old graphic designer with a focus in athletic and corporate branding. After graduating from Ohio University in 2010 Sean moved to Cincinnati and designed many of the signs seen around the city. He recently relocated back to Cincinnati after an 18-month stint in advertising in Seattle. He is a lifelong fan/hostage of the Cincinnati Reds, Cincinnati Bengals, and Columbus Blue Jackets and jumped at the chance to immortalize the city he loves in T-shirt form and to help a great cause like 26shirts. To see more of his work, check out some of his online profiles below:


The Sponsor

Sullivan University is a private institution of higher learning dedicated to providing educational enrichment opportunities for the intellectual, social and professional development of its students. The institution offers career-focused curricula with increasing rigor from the certificate through diploma, associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree levels. Throughout those curricula, the university seeks to promote the development of critical thinking, effective verbal and written communication, computer literacy, and teamwork as well as an appreciation for life-long learning, cultural diversity and the expression of professionalism in all activities. At the graduate level, the university also seeks to promote a culture of research. As part of a community partnership, Sullivan has opened a Center for Learning in Northern Kentucky. Here, you can get the support you need to finally earn that life-changing degree. You can learn more at