Jae Crowder paid homage to his home town of Villa Rica, Georgia by giving away school supplies to the students there. Jae and his family reached out to us at Green Line Apparel to supply them with 300 of our "JC #99Problems" tee shirts for the event. The event had an incredible turn out including Amir Johnson of the Boston Celtics and rapper Young Thug who came out to support the cause. It is always great to see a blessed family give back to their home town for the betterment of the kids. We just wanted to say thank you to Jae, Helen, and the rest of the Crowder/Thompson family for allowing us to be part of the family and this event! #ItAllStartedInTheDriveway
4/5/2021 07:48:52 am
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Alan Varatta, Owner of Green Line Apparel.