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20 Years of Sully's: The 1,000 Piece Puzzle

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What do you do as a brand that relies on open markets and live sporting events, in the middle of a pandemic? Well, if you're us, your "pivot plan" includes making a really sick 1,000 piece puzzle! Featuring two decades of our bumper stickers, this puzzle showcases sporting highlights that we commemorated as bumper stickers over the years. Housed in a high quality and sturdy box, relive Boston's past 20 years (and 12 championships!) with this beautiful jigsaw puzzle. Grab one HERE!

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SULLY'S "Believe In Boston" BAIL FUND T-SHIRT

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There are a lot of things that are broken in this world and overdue to be fixed. Sully's stands in solidarity with everyone who believes that black lives matter, rejects white supremacy, and works towards dismantling systems of oppression and fighting racial injustice. The power structure that keeps Black / Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) down while affording opportunities to others needs to be recalibrated and this is one way that we can help. We've had a long history of making fund-raising t-shirts using our "Believe In Boston" trademark, and we are proud to use it today to help direct much-needed resources to a valuable organization right here at home, the Massachusetts Bail Fund.

For every cent of profit that we make selling this tee, we'll donate to the Massachusetts Bail Fund. To get things started, Sully's Brand made an initial donation of $500 on 6/05/20. On 6/08/20 we made a 2nd donation of $1,500On 6/19/20 we made a 3rd donation of $1,000.

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When Conan O'Brien Asks for Something, You Make It Happen

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A couple of weeks ago, Chris from Sully's sent Conan O'Brien a "quarantine care package from Boston" with a few of our t-shirts in it. One such tee, our retro "Zakim Bridge" design scored a three minute cameo and critique by Conan during his monologue, where he referred to it as "phallic" and how it didn't remind him of his childhood (as the bridge was built in 2003 and he'd left Boston in 1985). He said that if we wanted to send him a t-shirt to remind him of his childhood (as he'd left Boston in 1985), that it should "have his father knocking a hotdog out of his hand cause Jim Rice dropped a fly ball."*

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Sully's & People's Protective Equipment: Helping Outfit Front Line Healthcare Providers

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Sully's is so proud to collaborate with PEOPLE'S PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT, a Berkeley California organization retrofitting hats to hold face shields for front line health care providers who have been lacking sufficient personal protective equipment (PPE) due to widespread shortages. This Massachusetts-based EMT is wearing our "Drink Beer and Fight" hat and is bravely helping local residents during this pandemic. We never thought we would see our favorite hockey game hat in the healthcare environment, but we are so glad it's being put to this good use and protecting these brave men and women on the frontlines of this pandemic. Feeling inspired to lend some support? Donate to People's Protective Equipment here or consider purchasing one of our fundraising Stay Home shirts benefitting The Boston Resiliency Fund.

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Sully's STAY HOME Tee Is Raising Funds for the Boston Resiliency Fund

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***We've now donated $1,000 to the Boston Resiliency Fund from the proceeds of this t-shirt***

With all of Massachusetts under a Stay At Home order for the next month (and likely longer), we are offering this t-shirt to help raise much needed funds for those most in need. To get things started we've preemptively donated $500 to the Boston Resiliency Fund, the City of Boston’s effort to help coordinate fundraising and philanthropic efforts to provide essential services to Boston residents whose health and well-being are most immediately impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. They are also working to help first responders and critical care providers. 

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