Project 615 Nashville Deuces Heather Grey T-Shirt

$24.99 $30.00

Project 615 Nashville Deuces Heather Grey T-Shirt

$24.99 $30.00
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This t-shirt is your mic drop. Need we say more? 

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Printed on Heather Grey Tri-Blend | 3.7 oz. 50% Polyester/25% Cotton/25% Rayon | Side-seamed, ribbed crewneck, taped neck and shoulders with double-needle sleeves and bottom hem | Unisex Fit

Buy this t-shirt knowing you are doing GOOD! Read more from our friends at Project 615 about the ways they give back...

"Project 615 was first formed in the summer of 2010 after co-founders Derek Evans & Matt Blinco visited one of the nation's largest homeless communities, Skid Row, in downtown Los Angeles, California.  Both Derek and Matt realized that they wanted to do something about the increasing homeless population back home in Nashville, TN. They decided to start Project 615 as a fundraising and awareness effort for the homeless.  They knew from the very beginning they wanted to create t-shirts and apparel to help change the world and give second chances. Since then, Project 615 has donated over $500,000 to world changing causes and employed over 50 people recovering from homelessness and addiction."

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Shipping Policies

Social distancing and safety measures have our shipments moving a bit slower than usual. We appreciate your patience during this time. Our team is working as fast as we safely can (which is still really fast).

Shipping rates:

  • Free shipping on any order over $29.
  • Flat rate shipping of $7.99 for all other orders.
  • Gift Batches always ship for free! 

After you place your order, our team of passionate packers will have it processed and packed within 24 hours (during the week). You’ll receive an email shipping confirmation when it’s ready to head out to its final destination.

Shipping times are estimated below:

  • Free standard shipping (sent via FedEx Ground or SmartPost) / on average takes 2-7 days for arrival after processing
  • Upgraded shipping (sent via FedEx Ground, Home Delivery, or Express) / guaranteed transit time appears at checkout
  • Want it sooner? Contact us at (615) 913-9312 to discuss pick up options in Nashville, TN.

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If you are not home to receive your package, the carrier will make several delivery attempts and will then hold the package for pick-up. To be safe, always include a phone number at checkout so we can reach you if our carrier cannot deliver your package.

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We look forward to working with you to make a lot of people very happy!

This t-shirt is your mic drop. Need we say more? 

Details:

Printed on Heather Grey Tri-Blend | 3.7 oz. 50% Polyester/25% Cotton/25% Rayon | Side-seamed, ribbed crewneck, taped neck and shoulders with double-needle sleeves and bottom hem | Unisex Fit

Buy this t-shirt knowing you are doing GOOD! Read more from our friends at Project 615 about the ways they give back...

"Project 615 was first formed in the summer of 2010 after co-founders Derek Evans & Matt Blinco visited one of the nation's largest homeless communities, Skid Row, in downtown Los Angeles, California.  Both Derek and Matt realized that they wanted to do something about the increasing homeless population back home in Nashville, TN. They decided to start Project 615 as a fundraising and awareness effort for the homeless.  They knew from the very beginning they wanted to create t-shirts and apparel to help change the world and give second chances. Since then, Project 615 has donated over $500,000 to world changing causes and employed over 50 people recovering from homelessness and addiction."