Absolute Apparel and Gildan teamed up to jointly contribute 10,000 T shirts for the One Love Manchester benefit concert held last night.
All sales and profits made from sales of the official merchandise will be donated to the We Love Manchester emergency fund set up to help victims and the families of those affected by the tragic attack on the Manchester Arena on Monday, May 22.
The merchandise was printed with the official designs for the concert by London-based printer Fresh Air and were available for sale at the event through music merchandise retailer Bravado.
Neil Jheinga, sales and customer services manager at Absolute Apparel, said: “Those of us in the music merchandise business were deeply saddened by the recent events at the Manchester Arena. We’re proud of the spirit shown by the people of Manchester and we are grateful to be able to make this contribution to help those directly affected in that tragic evening.”