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Locals gearing up to participate in the Eugene Women's March

A screen printing shop helped customers get dressed for The Women’s March by asking for a small donation.

EUGENE- A screen printing shop helped customers get dressed for The Women’s March by asking for a small donation.

Threadbare Print Shop invited people to bring their blank shirts to their shop and they would place a logo on the shirt for a donation of $1 or more.

Threadbare owner Amy Baker said all the money received by her business will be donated to Planned Parenthood.

Baker said last year’s success made her want to do it again.

“We’ve had people of all ages,” Baker said, “we’ve printed little onesies, little toddler shirts too. One woman was so amped to go to the march tomorrow. I’ll be marching with my mom and I’ll really be excited to see all these prints.”

Last year Baker’s shop raised more than four thousand dollars for Planned Parenthood.

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