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8 Ball supports Topman's T-shirt collection for charity
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UK fashion house Topman has released a series of four tees in a bid to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

8 Ball, one of the country’s leading online t shirt retailers, has openly expressed its support for the venture and believes that the move will encourage more clothing companies to develop unique collections for good causes.

The t shirts in question feature designs inspired by musical instruments and were created by Topman’s very own in-house artists. £5 from every sale will go towards the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Representatives from the charity itself have expressed their delight at the fashion giant’s decision to launch the fundraising campaign, with its CEO Simon Davies commenting that he and his team hopes to make the partnership ‘a huge success’.

A representative from 8Ball.co.uk believes that the promotion should inspire other t shirt retailers to consider how they can do their bit for a charity of their choice.

“Printing t shirts is a fantastic way to communicate a powerful message and raise awareness of a good cause,” he says. “We at 8 Ball are currently running a similar promotion in order to support Birmingham Children’s Hospital. 10% of sales of our Banksy t-shirts go towards the charity.”

8 Ball is a leading online retailer of unique t-shirts, delivering thousands of items to UK customers in a huge range of different sizes and designs.

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