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How Sully's Turned a Classic Boston Sports Chant Into Punk Rock Gold 18 Years Ago

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If you like hardcore music you've likely heard of Bridge Nine Records, and if you like Boston sports you've definitely heard of Sully's, but did you know the sports brand was originally started solely to fund the hardcore punk albums released on Bridge Nine? When Sully's founder Chris Wrenn was just 19 years old, he started a record label in his dorm room. Then, in the spring of 2000, he walked to Fenway Park from Boston's Mission Hill with friends from his bands and a backpack full of bumper stickers taking aim at Boston's rivals.  The plan? To make the much needed money to release a record with his roommates in the band American Nightmare. What happened next took the hardcore music scene of the early 2000's worldwide and cemented the Bridge Nine label as one of its most recognized ambassadors...

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Believe In Boston!

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Another title in the books! And another rolling rally on the streets of Boston!  Photo courtesy of the Worcester Telegram, taken by Ashley Green!

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Boston Needs to Once Again BEAT L.A.!

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Once a staple for Boston basketball fans, these updated BEAT L.A.  / Believe In Boston tees are hot off the press and shipping now.  Also available on a navy blue hooded sweatshirt for a limited time.  Pick one up HERE!

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Our White Ribbon "Believe In Boston" Tee Raised Way More Money Than We Expected

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Alex Cora is wearing a limited edition Believe In Boston t-shirt that we created in support of Jerry Remy, which ended up raising a grand total donation of $25,250.  We asked Alex to join us in our presentation of the final payment of $10,250 to the Jimmy Fund, because his wearing of the tee during their telethon prompted a whole lot of people to order it, giving us a chance to make a much bigger donation than we had thought possible.  The first donation of $5,000 was made to the MGH Cancer Center, you can read about it HERE. The 2nd donation of $10,000 was made to the Jimmy Fund and you can read about it HERE. It took a minute for the dust to settle, but when it did we couldn't believe we were able to make this final donation of $10,250.  THANK YOU to everyone who supported this effort!

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Sully's at the 2018 Claddagh Fund Celebrity Golf Tournament

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Sully's returned to the Cape for another beautiful end of summer / start of fall afternoon on the golf course for the Claddagh Fund tournament, organized by Ken Casey (Dropkick Murphys) and Bobby Orr (Bruins legend).  We hooked up participants with this new heather black "Believe In Boston" tee (you can grab one HERE) and had a really nice time helping support the incredibly supportive Claddagh Fund!

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