80s Community Crack Springfield Summer Olympics t-shirt Large
Chest 20 in.
Length 25.5 in.
Content: 50/50 Cotton/Polyester
Tag Brand: Screen Stars
This vintage tee celebrates a Summer Olympic competition that was held in 1989. The back graphic specifies that the event took place in Springfield, which could refer to one of the numerous cities, townships, or colleges across America that share the name Springfield. The front of the tee meanwhile shows off a graphic of an Olympic torch beneath the words Community/Crack. Crack was once an acronym for an organization called Children Requiring a Caring Kommunity. The nonprofit was officially founded in 1997 to support children that came from homes affected by drug addiction. This shirt may have been from a community athletic competition put together before the official founding of the organization.
Fits like a modern unisex adult large. There are some spots on the front, see pics.