Skip to comments.National Pro-Life T-Shirt Week, Tuesday, April 27 - May 3, 2010
Posted on 04/05/2010 10:39:33 AM PDT by Coleus
Last year we upgraded National Pro-Life T-Shirt Week with our Yo! Where's the Shirt!? Photo Contest. With over 2,000 photos submitted we considered it a success for our first year trying it. This year we are out to top that number and there is a new twist on how we are going to do it!
This year we have two shirts. A RED shirt that says "Abortion Kills a Person" and a BLUE shirt that says "It's ok to be Pro-Life". Whichever shirt you wear, there are going to be hundreds of tasks for you to complete! Good luck to everyone!
Every abortion kills a living human being - that is a fact. From the moment of creation, when that human being is but a single cell, all the way to the moment of birth, there is a child that is undergoing a period of remarkable growth and development. Abortion stops that miraculous growth cold and robs the world of all that child would have accomplished. That child is just gone.
NPLTW is organized by American Life League with the intent to increase awareness of abortion and the reality of how many innocent babies are murdered every day.
Primarily, we are concerned with getting people to think of the child as a person from the moment of fertilization. It is much harder to murder a person than it is to "remove a lump of tissues," and it is only when we finally get the nation thinking in those terms that we will be able to make abortion a crime, as it should be.
Just by wearing the T-shirt and being out there in public, you will help to accomplish that goal.
2010 NTPLW Contest
Got a question about National Pro-life T-shirt Week?
This year, we want as many people to get involved with National Pro-Life T-shirt Week as possible. How are we going to do that? We're going to get YOU out of the house and into the streets to help spread the message of Personhood to the public. American Life League is going to be holding our first-ever "Yo! Where's the shirt?" Photo Contest.
In a few weeks, we will be posting a list of "tasks" for you to accomplish while wearing your pro-life gear. For every task you complete you'll get points*. The more tasks you complete, the more points you get. Simple, right? How will we know you actually completed the task? Easy! You'll be posting a photo of yourself in action right here! Once you've registered and your photo has been approved you're in the contest. Contestants can be tracked on our leader board so you will always know who has brought their A-GAME. The contest is going to run from 12:01am on April 27th through 11:59pm on May 3, 2010. At the end of the week, the three pro-lifers with the most points* will win some awesome stuff: Things like pro-life shirts, hats, CDs and much more.
Make sure you get your official 2010 NPLTW shirt and register for the "Yo! Wheres the shirt?" photo contest. It's going to be a great way for you and your friends to get out and spread the word.
So what are you waiting for? Get REGISTERED NOW!
P.S. You never know when we might start "leaking" some of the tasks a bit early, so check back here often.
This is the sticker you need to wear if you are participating without an official 2010 NPLTW T-Shirt. You can order stickers for free or print and cut out this image. In Internet Explorer, just right-click on the image, and click Print Picture. In Firefox, right-click, click View Image, then press Ctrl+P
* "Points are awarded simply as a way of measuring how much activity you have done for this contest. Points have no monetary or other value."
American Life League, Rock for Life firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.npltw.com 540-659-4171 PO Box 1350 Stafford, VA
Yes! I am soooo in.
I kinda don’t like either design.
All for wearing pro life t shirts though.
One of my favorites: It’s a child, not a choice.
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