Buffalo Vol. 4, Shirt 10: "Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Hockey"

Buffalo Vol. 4, Shirt 10: "Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Hockey"

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Buffalo Vol. 4, Shirt 10: "Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Hockey"

Available only through March 26th, then it's gone!

$8* from every sale will be donated to Addison Cannon.
*Provided campaign reaches 72 shirts purchased, otherwise donation will be $4 per shirt. Over 72 sold!

Unless otherwise noted, printed on 100% combed, ringspun cotton. (That means it's soft!) This product is not directly affiliated with, endorsed, or sponsored by the Buffalo Sabres or any specific player, past or current.

The Need

About 4 years ago, then 5 year old Addison Cannon was not progressing in her speech and began having difficulty with her walking. She ended up needing a walker to help her independently walk, but that did not change her amazing zest for life. As time passed, Addy started to struggle even more physically, and was fitted for a harnessed walker, mustang, because she needed so much support to walk. Now, Addy requires a wheelchair because she cannot walk at all on her own. Even with help, she tires easily and cannot walk long distances. Addison recently underwent her 4th MRI which showed some significant and frightening changes in her brain. The family is waiting for further test results but her MRI, linked with her decline in physicality, have put them in a very scary place. Her actual condition is yet unknow. Please consider a shirt purchase to help! You can learn more at JustForAddy.com.

Contributing Artist

"I think. I design. I create. I'm a graphic designer living in Plainville, MA who has been a graphic designer/manager for the past 16 years working mainly for a large interior signage company serving major clients, as well as running my own t-shirt design business; Warbucks Design." Be sure to follow Stephen on Twitter and Facebook! Here you can find out about all his latest news, t-shirt designs and concepts as soon as they are available: Twitter: @WarbucksDesign or Facebook.com/WarbucksDesign.

The Sponsor

The Fit Physique, Western New York’s choice for children’s dance as well as women’s fitness and dance instruction, takes pride in “Focusing on the Skills, not the Frills!” Check them out in Kenmore at 2827 Delaware Avenue or online at TheFitPhysique.net.