CSU’s Coach Mac Comes Up With Idea To Raise Money For Flood Relief
Colorado State University is selling special, limited edition “CSU Cares” T-shirts, with all proceeds going to support Colorado flood relief and recovery.
The T-shirts were inspired by football helmet decals that CSU Head Coach Jim McElwain had created for his team before last week’s game at Alabama. The same “Colorado raindrop” logo featured on the helmets is incorporated into the T-shirt design.
HOW DO I GET A T-SHIRT
The shirts, in the school’s signature Aggie orange or CSU green, will be on sale starting Friday, Sept. 27, for $10 each at the Colorado State University Bookstore locations (campus and downtown’s RamZone), by ordering online or at the Sept. 28 football game and Ag Day events at Hughes Stadium.
WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO?
Proceeds from the shirt sales will go directly to flood relief and recovery funds managed by the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado and to CSUCares, which provides immediate disaster relief support to CSU students, faculty, staff, and retirees.