The Camas Shirt
Show your support for our Downtown Camas businesses. Business owner and Camas graduate Mel Locke wanted to help fellow downtown businesses challenged by the COVID-19 shutdown, so he came up with the idea of a community shirt.
The goal is to sell 20,000 shirts and divide the profit among all participating downtown Camas merchants.
About The Program
Mel Locke of Universal Martial Arts led the project and worked with local designer, Tolo Tuitele of Fuel Medical to design the shirt. Lacamas Magazine helped raise awareness for the project and Columbia Litho printed the flyers.
The HYVÄ Shirts For Good program is designed to raise funds and bring communities together with the humble shirt. A purchase that becomes a powerful act of community for those in need.
We do all the designing, printing, processing, production, and service - you help get the word out.
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