Red Rooster launches limited edition hoodies to raise funds for flooded communities | QSR Media
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Red Rooster launches limited edition hoodies to raise funds for flooded communities

All proceeds from the sale of the hoodies will be donated to GIVIT.

Red Rooster is releasing limited-edition hoodies to raise money for communities affected by recent floods.

The Reds Hot Fried Hoodies — inspired by the recent launch of their spicy fried chicken — are unisex and available in white marle or black.

All proceeds from the sale of the hoodies will be donated to GIVIT to assist with flood relief efforts in QLD and NSW.

“Our own Reds in Lismore, NSW was completely under water a few weeks ago and we witnessed firsthand the full impact and devastation caused by this disaster. At Reds we understand that the recovery and clean up will continue for years to come, so we are proud to step up today and in the future in any way we can, to assist all the communities in need,” the chain said in a media release.

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