Dog Lovers Expect Boost in Charity T-Shirts As Case Builds Against Football Star Michael Vick
CONVICK Shirts - August 01, 2007
The couple encourages other animal lovers to show their protest by buying CONVICK T-Shirts on

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Tampa, Fla. - Animal lovers who turned the negative Michael Vick animal abuse charges  into a charity fundraiser for animal rights groups hope for a big bump in sales now that Vick’s accused co-conspirator has pleaded guilty to animal cruelty charges.

“If Michael Vick is convicted he should be jailed for what he did,” says Juli Bridges, an online college instructor based in a Tampa, Fla.  “And the shirts my husband and I designed say just that.”


The T-Shirt is available in black or red and resembles the Atlanta Falcons’ team home and away jerseys where Michael Vickis a star NFL football player.  The back of the shirt has a large number 7—Vick’s number—along with the word CONVICK, which is a twist on Vick’s last name. 


“We created these shirts for sports fans, Michael Vick opponents and animal lovers opposed to animal cruelty,” says Bridges of CONVICK Shirts. 


She and her husband are selling the anti Michael Vick shirts on for $20.  A minimum of 50% of the profits from each sale will be donated to national and regional animal charities. 


“So far we’ve raised $500 for animal rights charities,” says Bridges.  The couple is documenting their donations on


The T-Shirts have been featured in local media in the Tampa, Fla. area.  The couple is now hoping for national exposure.


Contact:  Brad Bridges, CONVICK Shirts

Email:  michaelconvick @



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