Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Tulsa selling disaster relief shirt

By Chip Patterson | College Football/Basketball Writer

Proceeds from the sale of the shirt will benefit disaster relief efforts across Oklahoma. (USATSI)
Proceeds from the sale of the shirt will benefit disaster relief efforts across Oklahoma. (USATSI)

Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Tulsa have partnered to develop the 2013 Oklahoma Disaster Relief Shirt. Proceeds from the sale of the shirts will be donated directly to the United Way to help disaster relief and recovery across the state of Oklahoma.

The United Way is working directly with the American Red Cross and Salvation Army to provide assistance to the areas impacted by the deadly tornadoes that struck this week.

Both short-sleeve and long-sleeve options are available for purchase from the official online stores of all three schools. While institutions and wealthy individuals have made headlines with their contributions to relief efforts, this shirt is a way for everyone -- not just those in the state of Oklahoma -- to pull together and give to those in need.

Click here to purchase the shirt from the Official Oklahoma store.

Click here to purchase the shirt from the Official Oklahoma State store.

Click here to purchase the shirt from the Official Tulsa store.

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