Former WWE Superstar Rockstar Spud (Drake Maverick) took to Twitter to announce that he’s selling a new t-shirt through Pro Wrestling Tees. All of the proceeds will go to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). He said,
“The video uploaded on 11/18/2021 connected with a lot of people in more ways than just what it represented in the world of pro wrestling & with that in mind I thought together we could connect with people a little bit more.
Today I have re-opened my Pro Wrestling Tees store. You will see I have uploaded a new design titled “*GET UP*”. All the proceeds from purchases of this special “*GET UP*” shirt sold until the end of 2021 will be donated in full to the *National Alliance on Mental Illness*.
*The NAMI Helpline can be reached Monday through Friday, * *10 a.m. – 10 p.m., ET.* Call: 1-800-950-NAMI (6264) or in[email protected]
The holidays are a wonderful time, but they are a tough time for many on a much deeper level & our help can go a long way into keeping people on the right track from a mental health perspective. We are all in this together.
Let’s remind people they are not alone. Best wishes onwards to the New Year & Happy holidays.
James Michael Curtin (Spud)”
Contact @NAMICommunicate if you need to talk to somebody.
New social media info: https://t.co/0cbE7shcgh
— James Michael Curtin (Spud) (@JamesMCurtin) November 26, 2021