Miller Strong T-shirts: Brew City Brand is giving back to those affected by Miller Brewery shooting
MILWAUKEE — Brew City Brand created #MillerStrong T-shirts in the wake of the Miller Brewery shooting Feb. 26, with proceeds benefiting the families of Dale Hudson, Gene Levshetz, Jesus Valle, Jr., Dana Walk, and Trevor Wetselaar, killed when a co-worker opened fire.
The T-shirts were initially only available for impacted families, but “given the response,” Miller officials provided Brew City Brand the exclusive rights to offer the shirts to everyone who wants one — with proceeds benefiting the Miller Valley Survivors Fund and National Compassion Fund to support victims.
Brew City officials noted Wednesday, March 11 the company is the only authorized source for this #MillerStrong apparel, and “some counterfeit shirts have already surfaced.” They warned that any #MillerStrong shirts for sale online “are knock-offs with no known donations or fundraising.”
You can purchase shirts online, or at the Milwaukee Public Market. Additionally, Brew City officials said T-shirts and hoodies would be available at airport locations starting Friday, March 13.
Brew City officials also announced a “Miller Strong Launch Event” Saturday, March 14 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Milwaukee Public Market where #MillerStrong T-shirts, hoodies, and stickers available for purchase.