Online T-shirt design company CustomInk is doing their part to stop bullying in schools by inviting celebs and students across the country to design bullying prevention tees through their second annual “Be Good to Each Other” campaign.
The celebs lending their fashion sense to CustomInk include Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, popstar Rebecca Black of “Friday” fame/infamy, Janel Parrish from Pretty Little Liars and U.S. Olympic diver and gold medalist David Boudia.
“This campaign is important to us because we believe in the Golden Rule. CustomInk tries to treat everyone with compassion and respect and encourages others – especially kids- to be good to each other,” said CustomInk co-founder and president Marc Katz in a statement. “Custom t-shirts have the power to unite people in positive ways, and creating and wearing bullying prevention designs is a great way to promote kindness and tolerance.”
Students are encouraged to wear their shirts throughout the month of October, National Bullying Prevention Month, or make a custom orange t-shirt to wear on UNITY DAY on Wednesday, October 10, 2012. CustomInk will donate 100% of its profits to PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center, which unites, engages and educates communities nationwide to address bullying through its resources.