80s Adidas Strohs Run Liberty III Trefoil Logo NYC t-shirt Small


Chest 16.5 in.

Length 23.5 in.

Content: Feels like cotton blend

Tag Brand: No tag

This awesome tee comes from Stroh's Run for Liberty III, a 5-mile run sponsored by Stroh's brand beer and Adidas. The front graphic shows the Statue of Liberty with runners passing her by, and the back features a large Adidas Trefoil logo. The Run for Liberty was primarily a fundraiser for New York City's Statue of Liberty, who celebrated her 100th birthday back in 1985. The proceeds from the race's entry fee went towards the restoration of the Statue on Ellis Island, and people were encouraged to participate as their patriotic duty and, "for her sake." 

This event was Stroh's response to the restoration project that President Reagan kicked off in 1982. The project was a joint effort between public and private partners, including the National Park Service, the Ellis Island Foundation, and private companies like Stroh's and Adidas. Participants could run, walk, or jog the course, and they each received a medallion made out of old metal from the Statue of Liberty. 

Fits like a modern unisex adult small.






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