You can also buy a t-shirt like this one from Leather-Lot.com in Wisconsin. It costs $US17.95 and shipping is free in North America.
Spokesman Matt LeClair says he created the shirt “primarily in support of my mother-in-law who is a breast cancer survivor and another in-law who is currently battling breast cancer”.
He will donate 50% of all proceeds to Susan G. Komen, a global breast cancer movement. It began in the US in 1982 and has since invested more than $2.5 billion toward research, community health outreach, advocacy and programs in more than 30 countries.
“Since we just started out with the (t-shirt) campaign, we’ve only sold a dozen or so, but are working on getting the word out about it,” Matt says.