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Posted: February 15, 2017

Libations for Liberty

Written by: Amy Paradysz - Contributor - amyparadysz@gmail.com

Portland-based content production company Knack Factory hosted a Valentine’s Day evening party that raised a lot more money for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) than anyone anticipated. Illustrator Sophia Cangelosi of Portland designed an event logo featuring Valentine’s cherubs holding a Libations for Liberty banner. And then the whole “Nevertheless she persisted” thing happened, and the design was tweaked for t-shirts to be printed by Table 6 Designs of Portland. More than 600 were ordered before the Feb. 14 soiree, with orders continuing to be accepted through Feb. 15. Between the party and the tees, the effort raised more than $7,500 for the ACLU of Maine–with one more day to go! To get in on the tee order: http://www.knack-factory.com/new-products/nevertheless-she-persisted

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