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MVP’s store offers Madison ‘merch’ through Dec. 3

MADISON –Madison Visionary Partners’ (or MVP) store is now open for business with its signature Madison ‘merch.’ After all, you haven’t finished that Christmas shopping, have you?

The shop will be open through Dec. 3 at 11:59 p.m. (Central Savings Time). All orders will arrive in approximately three weeks, which warrants the shop’s closing date for arrival before Christmas.

To visit the ‘merch’ store, visit mvpmadison.org, and click the store’s graphic in the scroll.

“Your purchases will make a difference as proceeds go towards supporting Madison’s nonprofit initiatives,” MVP Executive Director Melanie Thornton said. “Shop now and be a part of positive change!”

The merchandise inventory pays homage to the City of Madison:

* T-shirts – Heavyweight, ring-spun fabric for durability and smooth finish. All shirts have an imprint, “MADISON – ALABAMA – EST. 1869.” Sizes include small through 2XL. Solid colors in brick, heather forest green (3XL available) and midnight navy blue (3XL available). Prices are $22 to $25.

* Long sleeve T-shirts — Garment-dyed, chief-value heavyweight cotton/polyester fabric. All sweatshirts have an imprint, “MADISON – ALABAMA – EST. 1869.” Solid colors in topaz blue, heather midnight navy and berry. Sizes are small through 2XL. Prices are $26 to $28.

* Sweatshirts – Adult crewneck. An imprint reads, “MADISON – ALABAMA – EST. 1869.” Solid colors in blue spruce, heather midnight navy blue and pepper. Sizes range from small to 2XL. Spruce and pepper sweatshirts cost $36.50 to $38.50, while navy sweatshirts cost $28 to $30.

* Caps — Richardson snapback trucker cap. Cap has navy bill and front with a white back. The other choice is a clean-up cap (47 Brand) in solid navy. Both styles have a sewn patch that reads, “MADISON – ALABAMA – EST. 1869.” Price of each style is $26.

* Travel tumbler – 20-ounce durable tumbler in navy blue. An imprint reads, “MADISON – ALABAMA – EST. 1869.” Price is $25.

“Currently, we’re excited to announce our latest initiatives — a future splash pad, a community center and the Madison Mural Trail. Support us in shaping the future of our city and enhancing the quality of life for all residents and visitors,” Thornton said.

MVP will accept payment by VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.

Madison Visionary Partners, a dedicated nonprofit, is committed to elevating the City of Madison through impactful projects that strengthen our community. The organization’s achievements include the creation of Home Place Park and revitalization of Kids Kingdom.

MVP’s mailing address is 103 Spenryn Drive, Madison, AL 35758. For more information, call 256-384-4358, email info@mvpmadison.org or visit mvpmadison.org.

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