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Limited Salem, Massachusetts t-shirt by 6 year old Georgia Wrenn (***Now SOLD OUT***)

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This limited edition Salem t-shirt was illustrated by 6 year old Georgia Wrenn, the daughter of Sully's Brand founder Chris Wrenn.  Profits from the sale of this tee were donated to her school, Saltonstall Elementary in Salem, Massachusetts.  The first printing sold out at the Sully's mobile store in Salem the weekend they debuted, so we took a pre-order for a 2nd printing ***SOLD OUT*** Photo of Georgia's stand in Salem courtesy of John Andrews / Creative Salem.

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Come Visit the Sully's Pop-Up Shop in Salem This Weekend!

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The Sully's Brand pop-up truck is in Salem, Mass on Artist's Row for the weekend, so if you're visiting Witch City, make sure to swing by and grab some gear!  

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Promoting the New Pablo Sandoval "Panda" Youth Tee

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4 year old Georgia, daughter of Sully's founder Chris Wrenn, headed to Fenway Park today to help model the new youth sized Pablo Sandoval "Panda" signature tee!

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Giving Back: Georgia Donates $195 From Her Lemonade Stand to the Salem YMCA

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As planned, Georgia marched down to the Salem YMCA to present them with a money order for $195, her earnings from selling lemonade in front of the Peabody Essex Museum yesterday.  The money has been earmarked for use in the YMCA's play room, to buy new toys for the kids who visit.  Georgia has been visiting the play room on a weekly basis. 

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Georgia's Lemonade Stand at the Peabody Essex Museum

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3 year old Georgia Wrenn, daughter of Sully's founder Chris Wrenn, brought her lemonade stand out to the Peabody Essex Museum, for her Essex Street debut in Salem, Massachusetts.  This opportunity not only gave her a chance to wear her newly obtained lemon print leggings, but it also helped Georgia learn a few more lessons. Including the need to obtain the proper permits to vend in a public space, as well as the need to give back. In this case, all profits will be donated to the Salem YMCA playspace where she likes to visit at least once a week.

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