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APF Merchandise SALE BOGO & Free Gratis Gift


APF Merchandise for Sale!
Our hope is that you all will buy and wear APF merchandise to help promote and raise awareness about Porphyria.  Please note that all orders will go through APF employee Amy Chapman.
****We DO NOT accept orders through FB****
 Please submit your order and payment or call 1-616-213-0030 directly and leave a detailed message.
Please send an email and include the following:  Full Name, complete mailing address, phone number.
Order: Please send your items that you would like to order by quantity & size for each T-shirt.  For privacy purposes, please send in the email either the Visa/MC Number, Expiry Date, & CVV code on the back of your card.  If you prefer I can contact you by phone.  NO CC info is EVER kept on file!
All orders include shipping prices for USPS only **International orders may be priced higher allow 48 hours**

Please review this link for color and size selection:


BOGO - Buy One Get One Free! 
V-Neck Short Sleeve Shirts - Deep Purple
Sizes available: Adults Only- S, M , LG, X-LG, 2XL, 3XL- (X-LG. 2XL, 3XL are $3.00 each more)
Price Each- S, M, L $20.00 Each ** X-LG. 2XL, 3XL are $3.00 each more**

Long Sleeve Shirts~ are 6 ounces each 100% Cotton.  Colors are Medium Gray or Purple
Sizes available Adults Only- S, M , LG, X-LG, 2XL, 3XL- (X-LG. 2XL, 3XL are $3.00 each more)
Price Each- S, M, L $20.00 Each ** X-LG. 2XL, 3XL are $3.00 each more**

Long Sleeve 100% Cotton Thick Zip Up Hoodie  Colors are Medium Gray or Royal Purple.
Price Each- S, M, L  $45.00 Each ** X-LG. 2XL, 3XL are $5.00 each more**

Long Sleeve 100% Cotton Pull Over Hoodie  Colors are Medium Gray or Purple
Price Each- S, M, L $40.00 Each ** X-LG. 2XL, 3XL are $5.00 each more**

Gray Soft Baseball cloth hats adjustable hat backside- $22.00 Each  (Fits Adults Sizes)

Wristbands- 2/$6.00 or $3.00 each Colors are Blue or Purple

Porphyria Car or Fridge Magnet $8.00 each


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