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DOTHAN, AL (WSFA) -

A local company with a tie to Boston is making t-shirts to show "We Stand With Boston" in the wake of the Boston Marathon explosions.

ScreenTech on Kelley Drive in Dothan is producing t-shirts that say "We Stand With Boston." The shirts cost $10 dollars plus tax for sizes youth small through adult xlarge and $12 dollars plus tax for adult sizes 2x and 3x with part of the proceeds from each shirt going to benefit the Salvation Army's Boston Area Operations.

One of the founders of ScreenTech, Terry Collins, played baseball professionally for the Boston Red Sox and had a great affinity and love for Boston.

ScreenTech says they're doing this to show support for the historic American city and their patriotism for our country.

The shirts will be available starting in the afternoon on Thursday, April 18.

If you have questions, comments, or if you are interested in purchasing a shirt you can call ScreenTech toll free at 1-800-230-7010 or at 334-792-7010.

For more information on ScreenTech, visit their website.

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