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UND flood aid shirts are hot sellers

T-shirts sold to raise money for North Dakota flood victims are disappearing off Grand Forks shelves. The Ralph Engelstad Arena announced via Facebook its Sioux Shop was sold out of Flood Fight 2011 T-shirts Friday morning. The REA wrote they wil...

T-shirts sold to raise money for North Dakota flood victims are disappearing off Grand Forks shelves.

The Ralph Engelstad Arena announced via Facebook its Sioux Shop was sold out of Flood Fight 2011 T-shirts Friday morning. The REA wrote they will be ordering more shirts.

If you want one this weekend, you're not out of luck. The UND Bookstore confirmed it still had the T-shirts Friday night.

The shirts, a fundraising campaign by UND Athletics, went on sale Tuesday for $20 and will be available until Oct. 21. The shirts are printed with the phrase "We are one. We are North Dakota. Flood Fight 2011."

Eighteen dollars from each shirt will be donated to the American Red Cross.

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The shirts are only available at the REA Sioux Shop, the UND Bookstore and online at www.siouxshop.com .

Related Topics: 2011 FLOODRALPH ENGELSTAD ARENA
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