Remington "I Need Ammo" T-Shirt Sales Generate $100K Donation

The donation will go to support the humanitarian relief efforts in Ukraine.

by posted on May 16, 2022
Remington I Need A Ride T Shirt

A check for $100K from Remington Ammunition and sister brand Federal Ammunition is in the mail, the results of a T-shirt campaign created to support refugees from the war-torn country of Ukraine. Proceeds from the sales reached the milestone amount in less than two months.  

The T-shirt, available here, features the now famous callout from Ukraine’s president needing ammunition to assist in their country’s defense.  

“This campaign and the tremendous response exceeded our expectations, forcing several re-orders of the T-shirts,” said Jason Vanderbrink, President of Remington, Federal, CCI, and Speer Ammunition. "I’m so proud of our loyal customers for being willing to pitch in and support the people of Ukraine who are suffering because of the horrors of war. Our ammo brands are proud to do our part.” 

The $100,000 donation will go to support the humanitarian relief efforts through Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund - GlobalGiving. Remington, along with sister ammunition brands CCI, Speer, and Federal, also donated a total of one million rounds to the Ukraine armed forces.  

The T-shirts continue to receive a tremendous amount of support and are selling out quickly. If the desired shirt sells out, consumers can sign up to receive a notification of when the T-shirt has been restocked.

For more, visit remington.com.

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