Cincy Shirts is thrilled to team up with area organizations and businesses. This section highlights our partnerships with the Cincinnati Zoo, Izzy's, Christian Moerlein, WEBN, Holtman's, Tide, The Dragonfly Foundation, and more. A portion of proceeds from each shirt sold in their collection benefits their foundation or business directly.
The Art Academy Cincinnati grew out of the McMicken School of Design which was founded in 1869. By the turn of the century, the Art Academy was a widely recognized institution in the U.S. and around the world.
B-105 (WUBE-FM) is Greater Cincinnati's heritage country radio station celebrating over 50 years on air.
The Character Effect™ from Beech Acres Parenting Center is a program that principals and superintendents can bring to their schools to improve the well-being of their entire school community.
The Bethesda Foundation is raising money for ProFound Artificial Intelligence (AI) at the Mary Jo Cropper Family Center for Breast Care.
What started in a garage in Union, KY is now one of the Cincinnati area's top micro-breweries.
Famous the world over, this iconic chili parlor opened in 1940.
C.F. Payne is an artist-illustrator whose artwork has graced the covers of Time Magazine, Readers Digest, Sports Illustrated, The New York Times Book Review and Sunday Magazine, MAD Magazine, der Spiegel, U.S. News and World Report, The Atlantic Monthly, Texas Monthly, Boys Life and more.
This historic brewery was originally founded in 1853. It was revived in 2004 by entrepreneur Greg Hardman.
Founded in 1965, this 175-acre wooded preserve was created out of a former estate.
Opened in 1874, it's one of the oldest and most renowned zoological parks in the U.S. and is home to the world-famous Fiona the hippo.
For over 30 years Donna's has been making "the best cookie ever."
It all began in 1871 Claus Doscher started making handcrafted candy canes, and later French Chews, in Cincinnati.
A non-profit 501c3, this organization helps young cancer and bone marrow transplant patients (up to age 40) and their families find strength.
Cincinnati's Major League Soccer team was founded began in 2016 as a United Soccer League side.
It all started in 1946 when Robert Glier, just home from the war, opened a small shop in Covington and revived this Cincinnati food tradition.
A collection for those who seek magic. Gorilla Cinema Presents is a creative experiences company built on the wildest of imaginations.
Cincinnati's favorite ice cream shop began in 1870 and today has fans not only in the Tristate but all over the world.
In 2013, these awesome kettle chips debuted in Washington Park and can now be found in stores around the Tristate and across America.
HighGrain Brewing Company is Cincinnati's sustainable brewery and kitchen. Serving a carbon neutral beer series and locally sourced fare with vegetarian and gluten free options. Purchasing electric from wind farms and heated & cooled by geothermal.
Holtman's Donuts opened in May of 1960 in the village of Newtown. Today, Holtman's is serving up donuts in Loveland, Williamsburg, Over-the-Rhine, and West Chester.
Just 100 yards from home plate at Great American Ball Park, it is THE sports bar which Downtown Cincinnati has been seeking.
Established in Cincinnati in 1885, this legendary brewery was acquired in 1986 by Schoenling Brewing Company. After being purchased by a Cleveland-based operation in the late 1990s, it was bought in 2006 by the then recently revived Christian Moerlein Brewing Co.
A Cincinnati institution, Izzy's has been serving the world's greatest reubens, and more, since 1901.
Japp’s was originally a real hair wig and high-end hair product store that was family-owned and operated from 1879 to 1985. Now, Japp’s is a cocktail bar that is owned and operated by Molly Wellman.
With more than 200,000 square feet of shopping space in each of Jungle Jim's two stores, there are over 180,000 products from which to choose.
Keep Cincinnati Beautiful is a not-for-profit organization promoting litter prevention, recycling and community improvement and beautification through education, citizen action and strategic partnerships in the Greater Cincinnati area.
Ken Anderson Alliance is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation creating "Live, Work, Engage" opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities.
The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center exists to ensure the lessons of the Holocaust inspire action today.
For over 60 years, LaRosa's has served up real Italian family recipes to our communities and guests. Today, it continues to be the #1 family pizzeria and Greater Cincinnati's favorite Italian restaurant.
Started by a former engineer, and his very supportive wife, in 1991, Listermann today is one the city's top microbreweries.
WKRQ, known on-air as Q102, is a radio station located in the Cincinnati, Ohio area and broadcasts at 101.9 FM.
Founded in 2001, the Reds Community Fund is dedicated to improving the lives of youth through the Cincinnati Reds tradition as well as the game of baseball.
The Ronald McDonald House in Cincinnati is one of 368 such facilities located in 64 countries around the world. They provide a place to stay for families with hospitalized children who are being treated at nearby hospitals and medical facilities for various life-threatening ailments.
Rosie Reds, Inc. is a philanthropic and social organization focused on supporting the Cincinnati Reds. The organization formed in 1964 when there was danger of the National League franchise being taken out of Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Salvation Army is concerned with the needs of all humanity and helps all people in need- regardless of race, color, creed, sex, gender or age.
It's the official bat of Cincinnati Reds All-Star second baseman Scooter Gennett.
Skyline Chili was established in 1949 by Greek immigrant Nicholas Lambrinides. The first location in Price Hill offered a wonderful panoramic view of downtown Cincinnati, which inspired the restaurant's name. It has literally become synonymous with Cincinnati-style chili, as many folks around the country refer to the unique local dish as simply "Skyline."
With roots deeply seeded in Buckeye soil, Smyth Automotive knows how to treat its customers, offering various products and services for car owners and mechanics alike.
Tewes Farm specializes in quality poultry in Northern Kentucky. If you are looking for a farm fresh turkey for Thanksgiving with no added hormones or antibiotics, then check out this family farm in Erlanger, KY.
Part of the hometown P&G family of products, Tide made quite a splash with its Super Bowl commercial in 2018.
Tom & Chee is so much more than grilled cheese. Tom & Chee is a sensory experience that starts with great service and ends with satisfaction.
The world's premiere playing card manufacturer opened its doors in 1885 in Cincinnati. Their products are now found in stores and casinos around the world.
Starting as classical and jazz music station, WEBN soon became Cincinnati's rock station.