How the ‘Fixer Upper’ Stars Are Helping Victims of Harvey
Chip and Joanna Gaines join with other celebs in giving aid and lending support to Texans
Two television celebrities want their fellow Texans to know they “will always have your back.”
The “Fixer Upper” stars, Chip and Joanna Gaines, are selling T-shirts that read, “Texas Forever,” to help victims of Hurricane Harvey.
"This undertaking is not too big for us if we are all in," the duo said on their company's Instagram account. "Let's help restore these towns together."
The Gaineses are best known for restoring old houses in their hometown of Waco, Texas.
According to the Instagram post, 100 percent of the proceeds from now until the end of September will go toward helping Harvey victims.
The shirts retail for $26.
A note on the company's website indicates that the T-shirts have already sold out since they were posted Monday. The note asks for patience as they restock.
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