Help One948 Spread Hanukkah Cheer--Get Seth Rogen a Shirt!

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The holiday season is upon us…while we prepare for the next BIG holiday, Hanukkah, we are starting off our New Year’s Resolution early, as we come up with ways to bring more joy to others during holiday season.

I’m sure many of you remember the infamous (Jewish) holiday sweater worn by Seth Rogen in the iconic 2015 film, The Night Before—We have re-imagined this classic, holiday staple—and to celebrate the launch of our ‘Holiday Tradition’ crew neck sweatshirt, the One948 team wants to get behind a worthy cause—and who would be better to join forces with, than Seth Rogen?  Rogen is celebrated as one of many Jewish celebrities who openly supports Israel and shows the pride in his  Jewish heritage.

So, we have launched the #GetSethaShirt campaign on our social media in hopes of grabbing the attention of Seth Rogen.  Not only do we want to gift Seth with our ‘Holiday Tradition’ crew neck, but we are hoping to spread awareness for a common cause:

What you might not know is that Seth is very active within the community, raising awareness for subjects near and dear to his heart.  Particularly, Hilarity for Charity is a movement led by Seth and his wife, Lauren Miller Rogen which aims inspire change and raise awareness among millennials.  One948 shares a similar mission, for a more positive Israel.  As we recognize the similarities between our goals, we have decided to donate a percentage of our profits from our 'Holiday Tradition' crew neck to an organization called, Alzheimer’s Association of Israel.  Thus, it is our goal to get in contact with Seth so we work together in our efforts to help fight Alzheimer’s and support Israel.

Here's how YOU can help: We ask that you please share and repost, using the hashtag #getsethashirt and don't forget to tag Seth Rogen!  We hope that we can get this hashtag trending so we can get Seth on board with this wonderful cause!SaveSaveSaveSave

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