Palmetto Blended, a local small business specializing in screen printing, marketing, and design services, has created a nurses line of T-shirts in which 100% of all proceeds of each purchase will be donated to the American Nurses Foundation.
Now more than ever, the company said they realize the importance of our healthcare providers as they are battling on the front line. With the economy downturn and people in generally dismal spirits, Palmetto Blended owner’s Dean and Christine Cowart, sought to find a way to utilize their services for the greater cause.
“There is no sacrifice greater than those willing to risk their own health in order to help others and keep the rest of the community safe,” Christine said. “We just wanted to in our own small way, to show our support and perhaps spread a little cheer.”
The Nurses collection of T-shirts are printed here in Charleston on super-soft 100% ring-spun cotton, are pre-shrunk and lightweight at 4.5 ounces. Palmetto Blended will be adding new designs daily and costs range from $20 – $24 and are available at their website at: https://pblended.co/support-
The American Nurses Foundation is dedicated to transforming the nation’s health through the power of nursing. Their mission is to find and fund new ways of solving problems, generating new ideas and tools, and laying the framework to promote a more positive experience for both nurses and patients.
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