Elk River, MN, September 01, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- $1 of every sale Aug. 31-Sept. 11 will go toward a 9/11 charity.
In an effort to honor the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, innovative clothing brand designer Anderson Roseth International will launch its commemorative 9/11 T-shirts on Aug. 31.
The company, based in Minneapolis, will also donate $1 of every sale to a 9/11 charity for the entire 11 days of its launch. In addition, Anderson Roseth will be celebrating the launch of its full clothing line during this time.
“At the end of the day, we just want people to be inspired by the American spirit and our ability to rebound after a terrible event like 9/11,” said Jeremy Roseth, co-owner of the company. “Like all of us in this country, we have struggled with both 9/11 and the recent economic downturn, and we would like to give back in any way we can.”
Appealing to a younger market, Anderson Roseth apparel is made from high-quality materials that feature outstanding designs. The clothing line is fresh and new, and the 9/11 shirts were specially created to inspire the public and give back to the charities that support those most affected by the terrorist attacks.
Anderson Roseth International came about from Roseth’s own struggles with not only 9/11, but also economic, business and personal losses due to the recent recession. Having been an extremely successful lender, builder, & developer, he has experienced a number of challenges over the past several years, including a painful divorce and financial hardships.
Although he was somewhat disillusioned about the political and economic environment that seemed to oppress the American dream of owning a business, Roseth never lost his entrepreneurial spirit. Teaching himself Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, he began designing T-shirts. From there, his ambition resulted in the creation of Anderson Roseth International with his business partner, Steve Anderson.
"We know that Anderson Roseth will be the hottest brand to hit the streets in years," said Roseth. “My intentions with our apparel are to express how we feel, inspire those around us and offer people an opportunity to express themselves in the same way.”
Anderson Roseth International has designed seven additional designs, which can be found on its website. For more information, visit http://www.AndersonRoseth.com.
Please direct inquiries to:
Jeremy Roseth, 952-992-9315