Charcoal All or Nothing Pit Bull Rescue T-Shirt

$20.00

Charcoal "All Or Nothing Pit Bull Rescue" T-Shirt

Medusa! The covergirl from the award winning documentary, Vicktory to the Underdog.
You can get the film here: http://strangleholdmerch.com/vicktory-to-the-underdog-p-191.html

"Vicktory To The Underdog" takes an in depth look at world renowned tattoo artist "Brandon Bond" and his dog rescue efforts - particularly rescuing the infamous Michael Vick fighting dogs.
Rather than focusing on the dog fighting problem, the movie sheds light on solutions leading to "Vicktory" for all the underdogs in the movie - tattooed people, pitbulls, parolees and all the other people in this world that society has turned their back on through ignorance and racism.
The movie also examines the life of Brandon Bond and his struggle with balancing fame, fortune and the Rock-N-Roll tattoo lifestyle with a more fulfilling life that focuses on the betterment of both animals and society as a whole.
Featuring celebrities like Debbie and Danny Trejo, Michael Berryman, Pixie Acia and Donal Logue, the movie takes you on an incredible journey you will never forget!


Proceeds go to Villa Lobos Pitbull Rescue
http://www.vrcpitbull.com


The quality you would expect from ALL OR NOTHING.
All shirts have prints on both front and back.
These are NOT cheap shirts.
They are made of the highest quality, long lasting, superdurable fabrics created exclusively by HARDNOX CLOTHING www.HARDNOXINC.com for ALL OR NOTHING and you.

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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 30 December, 2008.

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ALL OR NOTHING tattoo studio in Atlanta is home to the largest collection of well known tattoo artists in America, and has been featured in more tattoo magazines than any other parlor in the industry