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Moore, Okla — Tigers and tornadoes. It’s an unusual, but very successful, marriage for an Oklahoma non-profit organization.

May 6, Grady County authorities alerted the public that Tiger Safari in Tuttle had been hit by a twister.

A local designer got the bright idea to create tigernado t-shirts. All proceeds benefit Serve Moore.

Serve Moore is a non-profit organization established following the May 20th, 2013 tornado in Moore. In two years, volunteers have provided disaster assistance to more than 2,700 families.

So far, nearly 500 tigernado t-shirts have been sold, raising $10,000 for Serve Moore.

Pre orders will only be taken until May 25th. The shirts cost $20.00 each and will be shipped in a few weeks.

You can place your order at this link.



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