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New Shirts Benefit Heights Athletic Boosters, Heights Schools Foundation

Nov. 7, 2023 -- The Heights community has shown a lot of love for its favorite sons, Jason and Travis Kelce, over the past year, including with Heights Schools Foundation’s sale of Kelce Bowl t-shirts last winter. With several new shirt options available, Heights residents will have no excuse for not wearing their Kelce love on their sleeve.

The newly formed Heights Athletic Boosters is offering replica jerseys from the Kelces’ days of playing football at Heights High. With permission secured from both brothers, the jerseys bear their last names and #48 for Jason and #1 for Travis (who also wore #11 as an underclassman). They come in youth sizes and men’s and women’s cuts so are the perfect holiday gift for everyone in your life … including any Swifties!

Jerseys will be available for purchase from RDP Sports through November 15, and then will either be shipped (for a small fee) or delivered to the high school within two to three weeks. Heights Athletic Boosters will host two pick-up days, Tuesday, December 5 from 3:30 to 5:30 pm and Saturday, December 9th from 11am to 1pm, inside Door #7 (near the basketball court) at the high school.

Heights Schools Foundation is also benefitting from the Kelce family’s enduring support of our district. Thanks to a partnership with Donna Kelce and Homage clothing brand, a new t-shirt has been released featuring Mama Kelce rooting for the offense, as she claims to do whenever her sons’ team face off against one another.

Proceeds from the shirt sales, which have been widely promoted across the nation, will benefit Heights Schools Foundation which provides scholarships to graduating seniors, grants to teachers, and funds programming across the district. As Donna said in a press release announcing the shirts, “I’m so proud of all that [my sons have] accomplished and am privileged to be able to harness a small bit of their clout to give back to those in need, particularly to the Cleveland Heights community that gave so much to our young family as we were navigating how to raise two highly energetic, heavily scheduled boys.”

Heights fans from near and far can now look their best while rooting for the Kelce brothers and doing good for the community.

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