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“Retro, funny, ironic, sports-themed, place- and event-specific t-shirts are bought in African markets, cleaned up, stamped with date and location and the Project Repat logo, and sold back to U.S. consumers for $25, of which $20 goes toward funding non-profits.”
“Lohr says "Project Repat" also reinforces the meaning of each t-shirt.”
“So Hewens decided to turn some of these t-shirts around another time in what he calls Project Repat, as a side project to finance his expanding technology and cultural non-profit called Smallbean.”
“The response that we have gotten from Project Repat, I think it had something to do with the t-shirts, I think it had something to do with this really authentic story behind it, he said.”
“Using social mediaHewens said he was amazed by the social media-fueled positive response, not only from buyers, but also from volunteers who are buying t-shirts in Africa and donating them to Project Repat.”
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“The Repat redevelopment will provide the hospital with a brand new 120-bed facility, and combine teaching, research, aged care and rehabilitation services in one location, Mr Hill said.”
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“Buffalo Repat draws parallels between lefty town hall disruptions from the likes of Code Pink and the righty disruptions at health care town hall meetings,”
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