An Auburn teen created a t-shirt company that helps fight the opioid crisis. Nick Campagnola was a star wrestler who died of an overdose in 2015. His close friend and teammate, Hunter Duger, was devastated by his loss but decided to make something good out of the situation. He started a t-shirt company called five-20-five. 15% of all the sales from the shirts go to jon-profits fighting the opioid epidemic. For Hunter’s work in the community, he received the Ruth and Charles B. Goldman Memorial Scholarship, which is awarded annually to an Auburn senior who shows an interest in public matters.
Check out the shirts (and more) here: https://five20five.com/
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