By writer to www.grmag.com
After receiving a liver donation earlier this month, Don Myers, proprietor of The Comic Signal, is elevating consciousness to assist others in want of an organ donation.
Myers and his household have partnered with native T-shirt printing firm MSRags to promote “Be a Hero. Be an Organ Donor.” T-shirts on the comedian e-book retailer. Every shirt prices $14.99 with all proceeds benefiting the Henry Ford Well being System Residing Donor Transplant program.
After ready for almost three years, Myers obtained a liver, donated from his son Derek, on June eight by means of the Henry Ford Well being System Residing Donor Transplant program.
“It’s been a protracted journey to get my liver transplant,” Don stated, “however whereas I used to be lucky that my son was a residing donor match, there are such a lot of others ready for his or her new lease on life by means of an organ donation.”
To encourage help for the trigger, The Comedian Sign shall be giving freely a free copy of the sport “Endangered,” which was donated by native sport creator and writer Grand Gamers Guild. Each shirt bought equates to 1 entry within the drawing for the sport that can happen Monday.
The Myers household is also encouraging supporters to submit photos of their T-shirts on social media utilizing the #ComicSignalStrong and the @ComicSignal tag to construct a web based group the Myers household can observe and comply with all through Don and Derek’s restoration.
“We discuss so much round our retailer about how a lot we love the heroes discovered within the pages of comedian books and being an organ donor is a chance to truly be a real-life superhero,” Don stated.
In 2016, Don opened The Comedian Sign with the assistance of his household. The shop, at 4318 Plainfield Ave. NE, Suite H, options over 20,000 comics starting from the most recent releases to classics relationship again to the 1940s. The Comedian Sign additionally has an in depth youngsters’s part, toys, collectibles, card video games and board video games.
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