Help the Victims of the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami
San Diego, California
$80.00 of each special De Soto Bike Jersey purchase will go directly to the Tri 4 Japan Charity.
De Soto Sport company founder, Emilio De Soto, has recently donated $5000 of his own money to the Tri 4 Japan Charity. He also felt there was something else he could do that would be bigger than just a donation, so he has joined the board of trustees of Tri 4 Japan and volunteered to head fundraising efforts in the USA.
Tri 4 Japan is a non profit organization established in the UK by triathletes Mike and Rieko Trees to help the people of Kamaishi, a town that hosted one of Japan's oldest and longest running triathlons. Kamaishi was devastated by the recent earthquake and tsunami. All funds raised will be put to work to make a real difference to people's lives.
"We have created a beautiful Skin Cooler Bike Jersey, with a 16-inch front zipper, sunglass loop, 3-pockets and finished with a Skin Cooler silicone elastic waistband", says De Soto. "It has high quality-sublimated graphics as shown in the images."
The ultimate goal of selling these Jerseys is to raise money while raising awareness and to keep the people of Japan on our minds and in our hearts.
Please click here to order and for more details. There is an FAQ section at the bottom to help show the legitimacy of our cause.