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Detroit Hustles Harder seeking local artists for collection aimed to help those affected by COVID-19

Posted at 7:49 AM, Apr 01, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-01 07:54:53-04

(WXYZ) — Clothing company Detroit Hustles Harder is seeking out local artists, brands and small businesses for a new project to help raise money for those directly impacted by COVID-19.

Hustle For A Cause will have exclusive collaborative pieces, which will be sold online.

“Our company was founded in 2007 also during weird and uncertain times to showcase local artists, brands and small businesses alike. We know it is crucial to unite together and support each other's hustles,” says Brendan Blumentritt, co-owner at Detroit Hustles Harder.

The collection will be available starting Saturday, April 4. Pieces will range from $30 to $100.

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