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Momma Tried

Posted by Jen Hershey on

Momma Tried

Mother’s Day is approaching fast and PNPA wants to wish all mothers a very wonderful day. If you are a current or new customer of Pull No Punches Apparel, there is a good chance you might feel like the black sheep of the family. I saw a meme recently that said the black sheep of the family is usually the one that sees through everyone else’s bullshit and realized how true that was. We are usually the most real people that have a huge heart and don’t put up with any nonsense. We are also the ones that seem to...

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Motorcycle Safety Awareness: Vehicle Drivers Need To Pay More Attention

Posted by Aimee McGrath on

Motorcycle Safety Awareness: Vehicle Drivers Need To Pay More Attention

All drivers need to pay attention when you are on the roads. Any roads, that is... and all of the time! Especially when it comes to watching out for motorcyclists. According to the NHTSA, motorcyclists are 35 times more likely than car drivers to get in a fatal crash.  Now that Spring is here, more and more motorcyclists are hitting the main roads, and traveling our country roads as well. We beg of you to open your eyes and pay attention when you're behind the wheel. 2017 Pennsylvania Motorcycle Accident Facts: There were 3,194 motorcycle crashes in 2017 180 motorcycle accidents...

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Cancer Sucks: A Cancer Diagnosis Is Life Changing | Here's How You Can Help!

Posted by Jen Hershey on

Cancer Sucks: A Cancer Diagnosis Is Life Changing | Here's How You Can Help!

Westfall designed and produced the Cancer Sucks t-shirt line. Schlutker and Westfall formed a friendship and brotherhood over their love of motorcycles. Westfall just wanted to do something that would help his brother. $5 from every purchase of CANCER SUCKS merchandise go directly to Mark Schlutker.

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PNPA Supports Our Soldiers & Veteran Service Canines - Now You Can Too!

Posted by Mark Westfall on

PNPA Supports Our Soldiers & Veteran Service Canines - Now You Can Too!

Pull No Punches Apparel Carries Support Our Soldiers Gear. Here's why Mark Westfall got involved with Veteran Service Canines, Inc. that gives free service dogs to veterans with service-connected disabilities and $5 of every item sold in the SOS Apparel line goes to Veteran Service Canines, Inc.

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