Cincy Shirts teams with Holy Grail to raise funds for displaced employees

Cincy Shirts teams with Holy Grail to raise funds for displaced employees
Cincy Shirts' Strength in Unity design will benefit the YMCA of Cincinnati Emergency Response Fund (Source: Cincy Shirts/Provided)

CINCINNATI (FOX19) - The Holy Grail at The Banks is raising funds for its employees through a collaboration with Cincy Shirts.

Net proceeds of every Holy Grail t-shirt sold at CincyShirts.com will benefit displaced employees of the Holy Grail.

“When Cincy Shirts has the opportunity to partner with one of the most iconic establishments in Cincinnati, we’ take it," Co-owner of Cincy Shirts Josh Sneed said in a news release. "We hope to provide some relief for the employees of the Holy Grail during these unprecedented times. I know their customers are eager to support them in any way they can, and we are happy to help.”

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