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Hey PackPeople -

Isn’t this a sexy shirt? [Yes, it is!] It’s one of the newest designs from the Arm the Animals Collection – and the newest item offered for Ringo’s Raffle, sponsored by Arm the Animals [Thank you, guys!]. Who is Arm the Animals? A young company located in Los Angeles, created by Matthew and Danian to support animal welfare groups and pet rescues. They’ve donated this terrific T-shirt – so please be nice and show Arm the Animals some love by joining and sharing their new campaign

Matthew talked to Rufino about their Kickstarter campaign today [February, 22nd 2012]:

Matt’s Update – Kickstarter Campaign by PackPeople

“Saving Animals One T-Shirt At A Time” on kickstarter. They are young, caring, creative and as you can see generous – they deserve our support! Watch the video and get involved!

Want to learn more about this awesome company and their kickstarter campaign? Listen to our audio interview with Matthew – We had the great pleasure of talking to him last year and learned how they decide on designs for their stylish, high-quality shirts, why many celebrities are involved in Arm the Animals efforts and why two friends started a business like this.

Win a Bulldog Blade Girls Shirt, Size M in Light Blue

How to win and qualify?

Make sure to take part in the Rafflecopter box below. There are different ways to become the proud winner of this shirt and we promise it’s easier than you thought. Choose one or more options to qualify – and you could be the winner, picked by the cutest raffle moderator ever (Ringo!) at the end of February 2012. Please enter only if you have a U.S. shipping address.  Like the blog post or copy and paste this into the Rafflecopter tweet box: Giveaway @packpeople: Win a Bulldog Blade shirt for girls.

And the winner is:

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