Batman Nashville T-Shirt
Batman Nashville T-Shirt
Batman Nashville T-Shirt
Local Universe in Nashville, Tennessee
Project 615

Batman Nashville T-Shirt

Artisan: Project 615
Made In: Nashville, Tennessee
Cause: Set Free Church

[NASHVILLE] There is a building in Nashville that looks just like Batman. Really. It's the first thing you see when you drive in. We've figured out what the Nashville Batman building is all about. Its purposes are ordinary, but it looks mysterious and cool.

Much like this shirt made by Project 615, a social enterprise that supports Set Free Ministries next door, an organization that helps homeless men get back on their feet. Project 615 also hires some of the guys from Set Free to work in their screen-printing shop, where they make custom-printed shirts as well as their own line, the profits from which go toward Set Free.

Comes in kids' sizes, too!

So, Michael Keaton has always been our favorite Batman. Who's yours? Buy a shirt and be a hero yourself!

Learn about the meaning behind Project 615's T-shirts and meet the people who make them.
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Printed on Tultex unisex black 100% soft/vintage cotton. 4.5 oz. 30/1 Fine Knit Jersey, tubular construction, ribbed crew taped neck and shoulders with double needle sleeves and bottom hem. Features a Tear Anywhere label. Youth sizes printed on Gildan 100% cotton. Shirts run a wee large; if you're between sizes, order down.

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