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Denim Therapy Celebration of T-shirt Contest Winner


Denim Therapy has announced that Buffalo David Bitton won its T-Shirt Design Contest for charity, and is offering 15% off on all Denim Therapy services to celebrate!


In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, Denim Therapy Founder Francine Rabinovich was inspired to raise funds for those in need. She decided to hold a t-shirt design contest between a select group of denim brands that would give you the chance to rock your soon-to-be favorite tee while benefiting charity at the same time. Each designer was required to submit a t-shirt design, and after a two-week-long voting period Buffalo was announced as the winner!

A limited edition t-shirt will be produced featuring Buffalo's winning design (pictured below), and 20% of proceeds from each shirt sold will go to a charity benefiting the victims of Hurricane Sandy.

Other denim designers that participated include Atrium, [BLANKNYC], CLOSED Denim, Earnest Sewn, Frankie B, Henry & Belle, James Jeans, Kill City, and Level 99.

In addition to donating 20% of the t-shirt's proceeds to Hurricane Sandy relief,
Denim Therapy is offering 15% off its repair services through February 22 (use promocode: TSHIRT when submitting your order; product will ship in March);


About Denim Therapy:

Denim Therapy is an NYC-based, denim repair service headed by denim expert Francine Rabinovich. Francine's love, paired with Denim Therapy's expertise in all things denim, is what has helped the company develop its reputation for caring and repairing our most precious pair of pants. From raw to selvedge; vintage shuttle-woven to wax coated, Francine and the entire Denim Therapy repair team are well-equipped to provide custom tailoring or specialty services so your jeans can be brought back to life - no patches, no glue, no self-sewing needed.

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