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Support Haiti relief and Conan with new t-shirt

by John Scott Lewinski, posted Jan 14th 2010 7:30PM
A t-shirt with this logo is available to support Haitian relief.The "I'm with Coco" campaign to honor Conan O'Brien and ravage NBC's treatment of him over The Tonight Show is selling a t-shirt to show support for Conan and to send much-needed relief funding to earthquake victims in Haiti.

Obviously, the shirt's logo is a take-off on the proliferating "Hope" poster stamped on President Obama's campaign. According to the t-shirt's sales page, a portion of the proceeds will go to Haitian earthquake relief services.

That sounds like a great idea, but there's word published about what percentage of sales -- or what dollar amount -- will go to Haiti. I'm not saying it's a scam at all. With more than 111,000 Facebook folks following the cause, there's plenty of eyes watching this effort. I just can't report the financial details on the shirt.

Meanwhile, on the "Save Conan O'Brien" front, there's a rally to show support for the current Tonight Show set for Universal Studios (the current home of Conan) this Friday at noon.

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Andrew

We just started to donate 1$ from each purchase to Haiti.
Thanks to all good people.

http://www.thefriendshipbracelets.com/

January 27 2010 at 3:40 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Lam

From the purchase page:

"$1 from each item purchased goes to PlantingPeace.org."

January 15 2010 at 4:46 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Joe stalin

Coco sucks, bring on the Richter!

January 15 2010 at 4:19 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
H

It's over 130k fans now. At least they're focusing their energy on a good cause while airing their frustrations against NBC at the same time.

Now I'd like to see Jay's fans do something similar....

January 14 2010 at 11:32 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
snowy2004

Nice. Those are two causes I can get behind.

January 14 2010 at 8:32 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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