Like any true southern gentleman, Lachlan had a bowtie for every occasion. This year’s Southern Fried Cotton shirt conveys Lachlan’s love of this dapper southern staple. The intricate detail on the bowtie also tells a story about Lachlan’s love of all things tractor. The hidden number 21 on the bowtie signifies Lachlan’s November 21st birthday.
Lachlan McIntosh Tannery brought a community together in love and hope, symbolizing the title of the shirt, “The Tie
Shirts will be available in the Clemson, SC, Southern Fried Cotton retail store and also online at www.southernfriedcotton.com beginning Thursday, November 3rd.
The design is printed on white this year and is available in long sleeve ($31.95) and short sleeve ($24.95). Youth shirts are also available in short sleeve only for $21.95.
Decals will also be available this year for $5.
Southern Fried Cotton is an amazing community partner and will donate a portion of this year’s shirt sales back to The Lachlan McIntosh Tannery Foundation.
The Lachlan McIntosh Tannery Foundation brings love and hope to children who are undergoing stem cell or bone marrow transplants in South Carolina. Donations to the foundation are used to provide pediatric patients and their families at MUSC and GHS with things such as gas and restaurant gift cards, as well as small comforts of home.
Thanks to the generosity of our community and beyond, The Lachlan McIntosh Tannery Foundation is raising funds to purchase Lachlan’s House of Hope in Charleston, South Carolina. MUSC Children’s Hospital is the only hospital in South Carolina that performs pediatric stem cell and bone marrow transplants. Families are required to remain in Charleston for 100 days post-transplant. Accommodations during this time are an expense that even the best insurance does not cover. The proceeds from our annual Southern Fried Cotton shirt will go towards securing the purchase of Lachlan’s House of Hope, providing families in this situation with somewhere to stay.