It gives me great pleasure to report that the 100th Run Geordie Run t-shirt has now been sold. In fact, it was local lass Karen Mason (pictured left on a recent bike ride) who bought the 100th and 101st t-shirts. One for her and one for her son.
So at the time of writing, a grand total of 109 t-shirts have been sold, raising £1147.84 for St Benedict's Hospice and The Children's Foundation.
There is still plenty of stock left so if you would like one of these exclusive Run Geordie Run t-shirts then please follow this link for information on how to order.
As an added bonus there is also a little competition for all buyers where all you have to do is to "go on holiday or do something dangerous or unusual and get your photo taken wearing the t-shirt.". The winner, to be judged on September 10th, will receive a decent prize.
T-Shirts are available in sizes S, M, L, XL and XXL and are priced at only £10. The full £10 goes to the 2 charities; St Benedict's Hospice and The Children's Foundation. Yes that's the FULL £10. Brilliant! This was made possible by Peter McCowie who paid for the production costs and our friends at customplanet.co.uk.
The t-shirts are screen printed for durability and feature the Run Geordie Run logo as well as those of the 2 charities. The details of the 3100 mile run are on the back of the t-shirt. All in all it's a cracking bit of kit to wear to the gym or just to knock around the doors in while supporting 2 excellent local charities. Follow this link to see front and back images of the t-shirt.