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"Restore The Shore" Fridays Kick Off
BlueClaws, Atlantic Physical Therapy Center to Raise Money for Those Impacted by Hurricane Sandy
11/15/2012 10:52 AM ET
BlueClaws staff members with their "Restore The Shore" shirts.
BlueClaws staff members with their "Restore The Shore" shirts. 
LAKEWOOD, NJ - The BlueClaws, Atlantic Physical Therapy Center, and Ergo Clothing are all set to start Restore The Shore Fridays this week to help raise money for those impacted by Hurricane Sandy.

How It Works
- Companies, or individuals, order t-shirts online here and register by emailing restore@blueclaws.com or returning this registration form.

- Each Friday until Memorial Day, staff members (or families) wear the t-shirts and each person makes a donation every Friday.

- Donations are made through PayPal at BlueClaws.com/Restore or AtlanticPTCenter.com.

Businesses that participate will be honored in a ceremony at a 2013 BlueClaws game.

"Obviously there were so many of our friends and neighbors impacted significantly by Hurricane Sandy," said Dave Manzo, co-founder of Atlantic Physical Therapy Center. "Through this program, we can raise money in a fun way over the next several months."

In early 2013, those impacted will be able to fill out an application and donations will be made to as many families as possible (depends on amount of money raised through this program).

"We have an opportunity to help many re-build after Sandy's devastation," said BlueClaws General Manager Geoff Brown. "We're looking forward to helping and we hope that there are a lot of businesses and families that can help us make an impact."

All participation information is available at BlueClaws.com/Restore or AtlanticPTCenter.com. Those interested in participating are asked to email restore@blueclaws.com or return this registration form.

Updates will also be made available on Facebook (BlueClaws, Atlantic Physical Therapy Center).

- BlueClaws, Atlantic Physical Therapy Center -

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.
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