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June 15, 2011

breakthechainwebNNEDV today announced a new partnership with Break the Chain Apparel. Together, they are releasing a new t-shirt designed to raise awareness of domestic violence and funding for innovative projects that support survivors.

"We couldn't be happier to be working with Break the Chain Apparel to address this devastating crime," said Sue Else, NNEDV's president. "Wearing this t-shirt is a simple thing everyone can do to show their support for domestic violence survivors and start conversations about healthy relationships and abuse."

Break the Chain Apparel's products are designed to draw attention to problems that plague our society – like child abuse, bullying, addiction, and illiteracy. Break the Chain Apparel worked with NNEDV to create a unique design and compelling message for the t-shirt.

The release of the latest t-shirt is the first to benefit a national non-profit organization focused on ending domestic violence. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to NNEDV.

"Break the Chain Apparel is deeply dedicated to supporting organizations that help others," said Tammi Burns, Break the Chain Apparel's founder and CEO. "We have taken on many causes, and I'm so excited to be doing something to help NNEDV and survivors of domestic violence. As a survivor myself, this is an issue that is near and dear to my heart."

Please visit http://bit.ly/lY8Qim for ordering information.