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Kristen Sitarski unveils family apparel line
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May '12
Eva & Estela Wear Ur Love, a local, family-owned business, announced the launch of its line of t-shirts and family apparel designed to raise awareness for multiple sclerosis.

Eva & Estela Wear Ur Love is the entrepreneurial endeavor of Kristen Sitarski-Munoz of Williamstown, NJ. In 2010, Sitarski-Munoz and her husband Ryan faced the simultaneous struggle of job losses and Ryan's diagnosis of multiple sclerosis.

Determined to overcome both challenges with courage and determination, Sitarski-Munoz created Eva & Estela Wear Ur Love, which is named for the couple's two young daughters. The organization designs and sells t-shirts with the messages of family, hope, and love. Five percent of the proceeds will go directly to the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

According to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, approximately 400,000 Americans have multiple sclerosis, a chronic, unpredictable disease of the central nervous system. Each week, about 200 more people are diagnosed with the disease.

“Through the strength of our family unit, we were able to confront the challenges of multiple sclerosis and financial hardships with courage and determination,” said Kristen Sitarski-Munoz, Founder & CEO of Eva & Estela Wear Ur Love. “The result is Eva & Estela Wear Ur Love, which serves as a reminder to all families to support each other, celebrate each other, and most importantly, Wear Ur Love.”

Eva & Estela Wear Ur Love currently offers five lines of t-shirts for infants, children and adults, including: Boys Club Tee, Family Words Design, Girls Club Tee, Heart/Key Tee Design, and the XO Design.

Eva & Estela Wear Ur Love is a growing, family-owned t-shirt and apparel business created to raise awareness for multiple sclerosis.

Eva & Estela Wear Ur Love

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