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FearShop.com Partnering with UNICEF for Japan Relief

FearShop.com has announced that they are partnering with UNICEF to assist in the Japan Relief Effort. 10% of all proceeds from the months of March and April 2011 will be donated to UNICEF to go towards the relief effort for the children and families that have been affected by this horrible tragedy.

According to Miguel Guerreiro, “This is a horrible tragedy that has altered the lives of far too many people, and in keeping with FearShop.com’s efforts of giving back, we have found a way to help out the families in need. UNICEF is an organization that we believe in, so making the decision to donate to them was an easy one No purchase is necessary to help out with this relief effort. You can visit the site (http://www.fearshop.com/japan-relief.asp) to also find out how to donate directly without placing an order.”

Since 2002, FearShop.com has been the online leader of licensed heavy metal and horror tee shirts and merchandise. Visit http://www.fearshop.com to view their online catalog.

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