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Shirt Launch

In March, 2019, Kelly launched a line of wearable artwork in a collaboration with FRIO Ice Chests and Visual Promotions brand.

Visit https://kellyreark.frioicechests.com to check out all of the designs. New items added regularly - follow Kelly on Instagram and Facebook for product launches. 

Wholesaler opportunities - please inquire - www.kellyreark.com


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Reigning Silver Tarpon shirt design by Kelly Reark
Reigning Silver Tarpon
Hammerhead Hide
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Cool info about my shirts:
  • The solar performance long sleeve shirt offers superior sun protection and performance qualities featuring UPF 50+ solar protection. This long sleeve tee is lightweight, comfortable, and extremely durable. The fabric features moisture-wicking technology developed to keep you dry while you are out on the water.
  • UPF 50+
  • 100% Polyester Interlock
  • Moisture Wicking 
  • Odor Resistant 
  • Stain Release Technology 
  • Ultra Tight Knit Resists Snagging
  • Generously sized with ample sleeve length 
  • Hand-crafted in Texas : MADE IN U.S.A. 
For every purchase of any of the three designs I did for the PReaCH campaign, I will make a donation to PReaCH. PReaCH is dedicated to bringing resource protection awareness to, and advocacy for, the Peace River and Charlotte Harbor estuary system. 
Learn more about PReaCH

Artist Kelly Reark

www.KellyReark.com
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www.WaterfrontKelly.com

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