* MID-NOVEMBER DELIVERY *
For every UNIT3D item sold, we'll donate $10 to Hilinski’s Hope Foundation to fund programs that will help educate, advocate, and destigmatize mental illness. Butte Brand will donate an additional $2 to Hilinski's Hope for every Butte Brand product sold through 10/25.
The Butte Unisex Tri-Blend Tee™ is a perfect blend that is incredibly soft with great drape, stretch and recovery.
|Butte Tri-Blend Unisex Tee||XS||S||M||L||XL||2XL||3XL|
|HPS length||26 1/2||27 1/2||28 1/2||29 1/2||30 1/2||31 1/2||32 1/2|
|Bust 1" below armhole||16 3/4||18 1/4||19 3/4||21 1/4||22 3/4||24 3/4||26 3/4|
*Women please size down
Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery of UNIT3D orders. If you're ordering additional Butte Brand products, these will arrive with your UNIT3D order.
Per policy on custom shirt orders, there will be a no-return policy on all UNIT3D tees. If returning Butte Brand items, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
UNIT3D FOR HILINSKI HOPE
Butte Brand is teaming up with two of the leading sources for WSU athletics news on the internet — Cougfan.com and CougCenter.com — for a fundraising campaign we’re calling UNIT3D for Hilinski’s Hope, and we’re kicking it off by selling UNIT3D Summit Tees. $10 will be donated to the Hilinski's Hope Foundation for each product sold to fund programs that will help educate, advocate, and destigmatize mental illness.
In the wake of the tragic death of WSU Cougars quarterback Tyler Hilinski in January 2018, we all were left to wonder what we possibly could do to help. It wasn’t long after Tyler’s passing that his parents, Mark and Kym, led the way by forming the Hilinski’s Hope Foundation. Based on the premise that Tyler — known as one of the most gregarious and caring players in the WSU football program — must have been suffering in silence before taking his own life, the foundation was formed to “educate, advocate, and remove the stigma associated with mental illness, while funding programs that provide student-athletes with the tools and resources that support their mental health and wellness.”
In short: Let’s do everything we can to make sure none of us ever lose anyone again the way we lost Tyler. It’s time for this our community to join them in that mission.