Bay Area man makes Batkid T-shirts
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The buzz surrounding Batkid's special day in San Francisco yesterday has raised some serious cash for the Make- A-Wish Foundation.
Custom T-shirts were made to commemorate Miles Scott's day as batman. The proceeds earned by the sale of the shirts to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The man who designed the shirts originally only planned to sell 300. But instead he sold out his 3,000 shirts, raising more than $10,000.
But buyers will have to go San Francisco to pick up the item as shipping isn't available.
To get more information on the Batkid T-shirts please visit kidmonarchclothing.com
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