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Georgia Wrenn Featured at the Peabody Essex Museum's "Little Voices, Big Ideas" Event

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7 year old entrepreneur (and daughter of Sully's founder Chris Wrenn) Georgia was featured today at the Peabody Essex Museum's "Little Voices, Big Ideas: Celebrating Kid Power" event. Georgia was a featured "Kid Entrepreneur" alongside other future business leaders and activists during a day of art making, workshops, vendors, performances, as well as a scavenger hunt that was illustrated by Georgia herself. Georgia donated 20% of her sales to Salem based HAWC (Healing Abuse, Working for Change), where her mom is a social worker), netting the organization $110. Georgia has literally grown up at the PEM and was featured on their podcast in an episode "Growing Up Curious" when she was 3 years old. You can listen to that HERE

Photo courtesy of the Peabody Essex Museum / Mel Taing.

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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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Sully's Donates $10,000 to the Jimmy Fund from Believe In Boston t-shirt sales!

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When we heard that Jerry Remy was facing another fight with cancer, we were moved to do something.  This is a cause dear to our hearts - as a two time presenting sponsor of Rally For the Jimmy Fund, we've been involved first hand.  We've met with the doctors at Dana Farber.  We've sat with many of the patients and heard their stories. So like we have many times in the past, we created a spontaneous "Believe In Boston" t-shirt with the plan of donating the profits from their sale.

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Sully's Donates $5,000 to the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center in Support of Jerry Remy

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Since debuting our trademark phrase in 2004, Sully's has created a bunch of different "Believe In Boston" tees and donated the profits from their sale to various causes.  Most notably, in 2013 we created a special tee to benefit those affected by the Boston Marathon bombing, and we were able to donate over $62,000.  In 2015 we made a t-shirt to benefit the family of slain Gunnery Sgt. Thomas J. Sullivan, and raised and donated over $35,000.  Now, in 2018, after hearing that longtime Sox broadcaster Jerry Remy was once again fighting the disease, we've created this special heather denim 65/35 poly cotton blend tee.  We are proud to announce that in less than a week, we were able to donate $5,000 to the Mass General Hospital Cancer Center!  

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