The ‘We Shore Will’ 4-way Stretch has been created for a purpose. This short was not only designed to ‘raise money’ but to be a proud marker of New Jersey’s success in overcoming the tragedy of Hurricane Sandy. ‘We Shore Will.’
Some of the UcFit crew are on the front lines helping by sorting, donating, cleaning up, rebuilding. But there is little that we as individuals can do alone. Please help their small company make a greater impact.
The 5 founders of Uncommon Fit all come from NEW JERSEY. They grew up in East Windsor, Denville, Monroe, Ridgewood and Lacey Township, all across the state, and this state will always be home to them. Although not all their hometowns were severely affected by HURRICANE SANDY, They all felt it and are feeling it. People around the entire Tri-State area are hurting and many will be in need for some time.
A message from the UcFit Crew:
Here is our truth – We started this company two years ago on our teamwork, passion for living an active lifestyle and the few dollars we could muster up. Together we have created a company from the simple idea of a brand that promotes an active, healthy living and values the type of teamwork we believe in. Through our hard work and through the support of people around us we have been able do what we’re passionate about, and now we have the opportunity to give back. None of the 5 of us are capable of giving thousands of dollars to these relief efforts. But by purchasing our ‘We Shore Will’ Relief Fund boardshort, you empower us to do good for our community that has supported us. Continually, we will be looking for your feedback on where to deliver the funds we raise. Please allow us the opportunity to do something greater for our neighbors, friends and family – the good people of NJ.
100% of the proceeds go to those in need. For more information on how to purchase the relief shorts visit uncommonfit.com.
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