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KEEP, My Kentucky Tee combine to launch unique 'Horses Work' Tee-Shirt campaign

The Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP) and My Kentucky Tee have partnered to produce an exclusive tee-shirt design that highlights the role of horses in Kentucky and supports KEEP’s mission to protect, preserve and promote the Commonwealth’s equine economy.

“It’s an honor for My Kentucky Tee to partner with KEEP on the Horses Work Tee Campaign,” said Mike Sandbrink, co-owner of My Kentucky Tee. “We aren’t Kentucky without the horse and KEEP’s mission to protect the horse and the horse industry is very important to us. We’re thankful that there are organizations like KEEP that focus on maintaining Kentucky’s identity as the Horse Capital of the World. We have to protect the things about Kentucky that make us Kentucky and make us Kentuckians.”

The shirts, designed to highlight the role of the horse in Kentucky, will be available through Oct. 4 (Photo Provided),/em>

The shirts, designed to highlight the role of the horse in Kentucky, will be available through Oct. 4 (Photo Provided),/em>

Horses Work Tees can be ordered online at www.mykentuckytee.com or by following the link from www.horseswork.com. Tees are available in adult sizes and come either in unisex or women’s cut. Unisex tees are $20 and women’s cut tees are $22, which includes tax and shipping with $5 from each shirt going directly to KEEP in support of education and advocacy efforts.

The campaign’s order window will close at midnight on Sunday, Oct. 4 and tees will be shipped on Oct. 12.

“My Kentucky Tee is known for creating unique designs that capture what Kentucky is all about,” said KEEP executive director Joe Clabes. “KEEP is very proud of this exclusive design that perfectly captures the spirit of our mission and provides our supporters across the state with a way to display their commitment to horses in Kentucky, and look great doing.”

The Kentucky Equine Education Project is a not-for-profit grassroots organization created in 2004 to preserve, promote and protect Kentucky’s signature horse industry. Support for KEEP’s activity comes directly from the horse industry and horse industry supporters that we represent. To learn more about how you can become a member or make a contribution, please visit www.horseswork.com.

From KEEP Communications

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