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The Bee Cause T-shirt

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3/5

Tammy

Jun 28th 2018

I have previously bought 2 of the "God Save the Queen" shirts. LOVED them. So when I went to buy a 3rd I was disappointed that they didn't have them. This shirt caught my eye so I decided to try it. After reading the reviews I got on the sites chat to confirm sizing. I ordered a small before, bought a medium this time. The shirt is super thin, almost see through. Ran small. I will have to give it away as the fit is so unusual. Please bring back "God Saved the Queen"!

5/5

Monica

Dec 19th 2017

I bought this t-shirt for my high school son two years ago. It is his favorite t-shirt. He says it is soft, comfortable, and light. I'm now ordering him a replacement shirt. Thank goodness its still available!

5/5

Bunny

Aug 19th 2017

This shirt is super-soft, high-quality cotton, and I absolutely love it. I bought a men's (rather than women's) large by mistake at the Gatlinburg store, but I'm glad I did. It fits me perfectly. I usually wear a women's large (size 10-12, 5'10", 155"). There is no way my husband, who usually wears a men's large (5'10", 195"), could wear this.


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The Bee Cause T-shirt

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Great news! All our t-shirts are now unisex!

Show your support for the noble honey bee and The Bee Cause Project with this comfy shirt! For every shirt purchased online, $2.00 will be donated to The Bee Cause Project, an organization committed to educating youth and adults alike about the important role honey bees play in our ecosystem. The Bee Cause Project installs honeybee observation hives in schools across the country to promote honeybee awareness to classroom teachers and their students. The mission of this organization is to install 1,000 observation hives in our nation's schools! Does your school have one? Small made of 100% cotton. Medium, Large, and Extra Large made of 50% polyester, 25% cotton, 25% rayon.

"Bees live as people should live: naturally, symbiotically, and in a manner that only contributes positively to the world around them." Ted Dennard