Our 'Orlando United' cover now comes in T-shirt form, and all proceeds go to a good cause

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If you liked the cover photo on the June 15 issue, then here's good news: You can now get a more permanent version of it in T-shirt form.

Orlando Shirts
is printing the illustration of clasped hands drawn by Orlando Weekly editorial designer Chris "Tobar" Rodriguez on a women's tank top and a unisex T-shirt.

The orange shirts, emblazoned with the message "Orlando United," are $20 and all of the net profits will benefit The Center and the victims fund set up by Equality Florida



Shirts will be also available at the United Forever Fundraiser on Sunday, July 3, at Cheyenne Saloon. All of the proceeds will be donated to the Pulse Employee Recovery fund and the OneOrlando Fund. Tickets can be purchased online.



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