More than 13,000 lives were lost on March 11, when Japan experienced one of the largest earthquakes our planet has ever seen. A tsunami then rocked the Japanese shore, leaving many people without a home and more than 14,000 missing. Extensive damage was inflicted to buildings and infrastructure, leading to catastrophic accidents at four major nuclear power plants.
Needless to say, the Japanese people need help to recover and rebuild. Thankfully, various groups and organizations have stepped up to support the Red Cross' Earthquake-Tsunami Relief Effort, among them Under Armour.
In an effort to "recharge a country," Under Armour has promised to donate 100 percent of the proceeds from sales of their Limited Release Japan Relief T-shirts, which are made with UA's signature lightweight fabrics to keep the body cool and comfortable. The simple but powerful design features Under Armour's logo above the word "Rebuild" in Japanese and English.
STACK encourages you to do what you can to help Japan rebuild, and we give special thanks to Under Armour for supporting the effort in a creative and meaningful way.
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