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AAF Buffalo and 26 Shirts Partner to Launch the Big Tee-Off: Hindsight’s 2020





AAF Buffalo and 26 Shirts have partnered up to launch The Big Tee-Off with the theme: Hindsight’s 2020. The shirts are hot off the presses and ready for purchase at

Creatives from some of the top agencies and companies in the area have taken their best crack at t-shirt designs to fit the Hindsight’s 2020 theme and inspire some friendly competition. $9 from every shirt purchased will be donated to AAF Buffalo’s scholarship fund and distributed to young and aspiring college and high school students pursuing careers in advertising and marketing.

President of AAF Buffalo, Josh Gumulak is thrilled to partner with 26 Shirts this year and bring some humor to 2020.

“Since AAF Buffalo had to cancel our annual Big Tip-Off event this year due to Covid-19 concerns, our board of directors got creative and came up with the Big Tee-Off,” Gumulak said. “We have some of Buffalo’s best designers participating in this competition to help our area’s youth with scholarship funds. We’re excited to share their excellent work with Western New York.”

AAF Buffalo is counting on the community to buy their favorite t-shirt and support the company with the best design. The winning design will be announced at the culmination of AdWeek on Thursday, October 8.
Crowley Webb, 19 Ideas, Gelia, FIFTEEN, FARM, dPost, Dixon Schwabl, Quilted Squirrel, Mr. Smith, Manzella Marketing and Mower have submitted their designs now available for purchase through 26 Shirts.

Here are a few of the shirts below:



Partner at 26 Shirts, Del Reid was happy to work with AAF Buffalo on this initiative.

“26 Shirts is proud to partner with a great organization and such creative minds to support a cause based in WNY,” Reid said.

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