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'Smokies Strong' t-shirts being sold to help fire victims

(SOURCE: Knoxville News Sentinel) (SOURCE: Knoxville News Sentinel)
GATLINBURG, TN (WMC) -

The tragic wildfires in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park has touched everyone who holds a special place for the most visited National Park in the country.

But now, you can display your love and support for those in Sevier County by purchasing a "Smokies Strong" t-shirt.

The Knoxville News Sentinel and WBIR-TV have partnered together to create the initiative.

The shirts are $15 and the proceeds will be donated to the American Red Cross to aide those affected by the wildfires.

The shirts are charcoal gray and available in adult and youth sizes. They have a map of Tennessee, an image of the Smoky Mountains, a heart, and the "Smokies Strong" message on them.

They will be available at retail outlets throughout East Tennessee, or you can order yours by clicking here. 

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