East Nashville, TN - A t-shirt craze spreading like wildfire, selling in the midstate through social media. The shirts feature Nashville landmarks and country crooners among the things Music City is most proud of. They're created by Project 615, a business with a purpose. 100-percent of the proceeds from these shirts go back to Set Free Church in East Nashville which houses homeless men, hosts Bible studies and rehabilitates men suffering from addiction and mental illness. The silk screen printing also provides jobs for the men to get back on their feet. Project 615 makes and sells about 5,000 shirts each week.
Contact them online: Project615.org, on facebook, instagram and twitter @Project6_1_5 Follow Erika Kurre on Twitter: @ErikaKurre