Project 615 Partners with the Nashville Predators

It is with great pride and excitement that we announce an official partnership with the Nashville Predators and Bridgestone Arena! In addition to carrying hockey gear in our retail store, exclusive designs including the unisex “Fang Fingers” tee and “Nashville Hockey” raglan will now be available in The Preds Pro Shop.  

The Nashville Predators have made Nashville a hockey town: they’ve taken us to the NHL playoffs, sold out #Smashville a record-setting number of times, and kept fans on their feet for 20 years now. They serve our community through their foundation and numerous philanthropic efforts on and off the ice, and they encourage us all to work harder and scream louder every time they suit up. We are thankful and overjoyed to be joining them in celebrating our city in the best way we know how: with super-soft tees.

Stop by our shop on the East Side or swing by the Preds Pro Shop the next time you’re headed to Smashville, and rep our team, and our city, with pride.

1,257 Meals Donated for Children Suffering from Hunger

With more than 4,000 children suffering from hunger in Middle Tennessee, we partnered with local nonprofit The Bridge Ministry for our annual “Heart for the Hungry” campaign, hoping to serve this often unrecognized and vulnerable population who lack access to proper meals.

Together we reached out and encouraged our community to purchase a tee and by extension, lend a hand of support to these kids in need. We were blown away by your response. One tee purchased, meant we could donate 4 meals to children suffering from hunger, and by the end of March, we were able to donate 1,257 meals, far surpassing our totals in years past.

We want to thank each and every person who bought a tee, spread our message and supported our campaign. Your generosity proves that we can (and will) work together to better the lives of those around us, and that no one is truly walking alone in this world.

So let’s keep working. To continue supporting Nashville’s homeless and hungry, you can volunteer “under the Jefferson Street bridge” alongside The Bridge Ministry team every Tuesday night; find more information and opportunities to help here.