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Giveaway: "I dig NY" Graphic Tshirt


The "I dig NY" Graphic T which will be ready to ship on September 1st to consumers, is our way of giving back to those who helped dig us out of the rubble back on 09/11/01. 60% of proceeds from the sales made prior to 09/11/11, will be given to the New York Police and Fire Department Unions, given they risked their lives to save others during the terror attacks on the World Trade Center.

We want to inspire people around the nation to wear the "I dig NY" T-Shirt on September 11th as a tribute to showing the world just how Americans of all different cultures can unite. We also want to display that we will "Never Forget" and will always dig New York.

dug (down under gear) found at duglife.com is a men's intimate apparel company that brings Men, "His Secret" and inspires men to get dressed before getting dressed. Our brand message is "Keep Diggin' Deeper" and so we encourage men to dig deep for all they are most passionate about in life, whether that be a career, family, child, sport, hobby, etc. Our goal is to bring men the ultimate comfort, starting with what they wear closest to their skin and brand their lives as what we call "digger men" filled with courage, honor and always persevering to achieve excellence in their given passion.


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  1. I was at work. I remember watching it in the conference room with all my coworkers. The horror and sadness remain.

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  2. I think it's a great idea. I was only 12 years old when it happened but I remember how everything changed and the sadness that surrounded us all.

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  3. I was tied to the tv. I called family and friends. I was watching when the second plane hit. We just could not belive it was really happening.
    In the afternoon I went to the library when I could not watch any longer.


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  4. Watching it all on TV from about 10 am onwards.

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  5. I remember trying to call all my family and friends, but the lines were down.

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  6. I was at work, listening to the radio. We didn't have a tv.

    carolsnotebook at yahoo dot com

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  7. I was working, until it was impossible to make phone calls!

    meredithfl at gmail dot com

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