Heartbreaker for Japan, relief project.

My name is Yuta Akaishi and i am part of a car club by the name of Heartbreaker, If you are reading my blog i assume you have a decent idea of what kind of cars we build and drive. We have huge respect for Japan and many of our friends and family call Japan their home. Personally for me, my whole family lives in Japan and have been affected my the earthquakes, the tsunami and now the complications with the nuclear power plants.

We have never sold any stickers with any variation of our logo to the public, however i would like to do so at this time and offer these vinyl stickers which i will be personally making for sale at five dollars each, The same person who designed our Heartbreaker logo, a good friend of ours – Grayson was kind enough to design this logo for us as he is also Japanese American with family in Japan, We are all striving to do our own little part in helping those in need and urge you to do the same.

Every penny that i can raise through the sale of these stickers will be donated to aid the recovery of Japan, meaning when you donate $5.00, i will forward that money right to Japan. The sticker is just a gift that i would like to send to you. The postage and cost of materials will be paid for by myself as my contribution to aiding Japan. I would very much appreciate it if you could post this info up on any forums, blogs, facebook pages that you frequent.

You can order by sending $5 to hbforjapan@gmail.com through paypal (just click the donate button at the bottom right of my blog!), please be sure to include your desired color and your mailing address, and also please send an email including the paypal email address that you used, mailing address and desired color to hbforjapan@gmail.com so i can verify your order and stay in contact with you. Thank you very much, and below is the exact design that you will be receiving: available in white, black, silver or chrome, 8″ in length.

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Source: OhYouSpeakEnglish.

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~ by littlefluffyduck on March 17, 2011.

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