Cotton On partners with Fire Fight Australia music event
We’re heartbroken by the impact the bushfires are having across our beautiful country, and as business founded in regional Australia, we’re committed to helping our mates during this really tough time.
The Cotton On Group is proud to partner with Fire Fight Australia, an event by TEG Dainty and TEG Live, rallying together music legends from around the world to share one stage for our mates in need.
The event, hosted by writer, actor and comedian Celeste Barber will bring together a line-up of incredible acts at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium on February 16.
Cotton On has designed a special-edition t-shirt specifically for the event to help music fans everywhere show their support for bushfire relief while commemorating the historic sold out concert. Available in both adults and kids sizes, 100% of proceeds will go to national bushfire relief efforts.
TEG CEO Geoff Jones said,
“We are very grateful to Cotton On for their generosity in producing these exclusive t-shirts for Fire Fight Australia.
“Buying a Fire Fight Australia tee lets fans show their support while helping those who have been affected by the ongoing national bushfire tragedy.”
Cotton On Brand Director Bianca Ginns said,
“We are incredibly excited to get involved and partner with Fire Fight Australia for what is going to be an amazing event in support of a truly great cause. All of us here at Cotton On have been totally devastated by the effects the bushfires have had across our country but have been proud to see how many of our customers and team members have rallied to support the communities and people who need it most.
“For us, supporting Fire Fight Australia is another way we’re rolling up our sleeves, getting around our mates and trying to make a difference to all of those who have been impacted by the fires.”
The special-edition t-shirt priced at $39.99 with free delivery will be available to purchase online in Australia, New Zealand, USA and Singapore as well as selected Cotton On stores in Australia.
All Australians can watch the concert through the live national broadcast made possible by Channel 7 and Foxtel. Viewers will be encouraged to donate via firefightaustralia.com to support those whose lives have been impacted by the worst bushfire season in living memory.