Local Orlando screen printing shop, Impress Ink is launching a new initiative to raise funds for local restaurants and small businesses by doing what they do best, sell shirts.
Local restaurants, breweries, and organizations, can sign up with Impress Ink to showcase a unique t-shirt design on its website, OrlandoMerchStore.com, to raise funds for their business during these difficult times and beyond.
Impress Ink Co-Founder Mike Cho says, “This hopefully will help get some cash flow to our local businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic, while also giving locals a way to give back and show their support.”
Each shirt will cost $25, which includes delivery, with $10 per shirt going to the participating business. An additional $2 per shirt will go to Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida.
Impress Ink is currently on-boarding local partners. Some current partners include Good Salt Group (Reyes Mezcaleria, The Osprey Tavern, Seito Baldwin Park), Black Rooster Taqueria, Bento Asian Kitchen, Viet-Nomz, Ivanhoe Brewing, and Dexter’s and The New Standard.
For local businesses to join the program, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. For those interested in purchasing shirts, visit orlandomerchstore.com – use hashtag #MerchOnOrlando.
In the past, Impress Ink has raised thousands of dollars for disaster relief in partnership with UCF including the Australian Wildfire disaster, Sichuan China earthquake disaster, the Hong Kong protests, and the Japan earthquake disaster.
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