Order Royal Oak Police Dept. T- Shirts to Support Donation Fund

Order Royal Oak Police Dept. T- Shirts to Support Donation Fund

(ROPD, Feb. 4, 2018)

Royal Oak, MI- In 1918, Royal Oak established a new kind of law and order with the formation of a local police department and the rest, as they say, is history. One hundred years later, Chief Corrigan O’Donohue heads what is regarded as one of Michigan’s premier police departments.

A commemorative centennial T-shirt shows your support for our Royal Oak police officers. Proceeds from the sales of the shirts will go to Royal Oak Police Department Donation Fund and will be used for the health and well-being of officers.

T-shirts are $20 for adult tees; $15 for youth sizes (plus shipping and handling.) Shirts will be sent directly to your door and arrive by March 7.

The sale of these commemorative shirts ends on Feb. 16. Shirts will not be available for purchase after sale ends so order today!

Click here to order.

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