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APC T-shirts are 15% off for Black Friday & Cyber Monday

As always, APC’s portion of the proceeds goes to charity.

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Need some gift ideas for the Green Bay Packers fan in your life? Never fear, APC and BreakingT are here!

This week, BreakingT is putting all of their merchandise on sale, and that includes all of the APC-inspired shirts. Everything on the site is available at a 15% discount for Black Friday and Cyber Monday! Just use the code BIG15 at checkout to get your discount — no minimums required. (Code expires at 11:59 PM Pacific Time on Monday, November 30th.)

And, as always, every penny of APC’s portion of the proceeds get donated to charity. This year’s charity is the National Math & Science Initiative, which supports STEM education, particularly in underserved areas and populations. So stock up on some gifts for the Packers fans in your life, get a nice discount, and support a good cause all at the same time!

Just click the link here to browse all of BreakingT’s products or check the product pages below for their Packers-inspired merch.

Scotch, Scotch, Scotch

  • $24
  • $28
  • 15% off

Do you share Aaron Rodgers’ love for fine whisky? Or do you just enjoy melding your Packers fandom with an appreciation for Ron Burgundy? Either way, wet your whistle with this custom T-shirt from BreakingT and Acme Packing Company!

Touchdown Tae

  • $24
  • $28
  • 15% off

The Packers’ superstar wide receiver has double-digit touchdowns in four of his seven seasons and has the most receiving scores in the NFL since 2016. It’s only fitting that he have a nickname worthy of his tremendous ability and his tremendous numbers.

Who Needs First Rounders?

  • $24
  • $28
  • 15% off

Aaron Rodgers has thrown 393 regular season touchdown passes in his career. Exactly three of those were caught by a player drafted in the first round of the NFL Draft, all by tight end Marcedes Lewis. Who needs first rounders? Not Aaron, apparently.