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Covid-19 Donation

Grind City Kicks and Grind City Cares partnered up to create a t-shirt campaign for consumers to support victims of the Covid 19 pandemic . GCK and GCC was able to raise funds for the Neighborhood Christian Center to continue to help provide food and resources for families and individuals in the community during the pandemic.

The Vail Family

The Vail Family (shoes given on Mother’s Day in memory of Taylon Vail) Promising West Memphis basketball star, Taylon Vail (16), was killed early Friday morning in a shooting at his grandparent’s house while playing video games.


GCK/Breast Cancer Awareness

Grind City Kicks, Championship Wrestling, American Cancer Society, Real Men Wear Pink, Dustin and Maria Starr partner up to auction off Jordan 11s Pink Snakeskins signed by Memphis Grizzlies Ja Morant & Jaren Jackson Jr. All proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. Later the shoes were also allowed to be auctioned off to Horseshoe Tunica for close to $2,000.

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Back to School Day

Bandamonium (Back to School Drive) sponsored by Grind City Kicks allowed people to donate school supplies to Whitehaven and Fairley High School. Which allowed signature local artists such as Duke Deuce, Co Cash, & Paid Pat to perform for all attendees that donated.

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Memphis Athletic Ministries did not have enough in their budget for 45 players to have matching shorts so Grind City Kicks offered to help provide the shorts for each player. MLK Prep with the new shorts finished second place in their winter basketball league tournament.

Entrepreneur 901 Expo

Grind City Kicks explains the mission of the brand, describes the work that GCK has been doing in the community, and future plans to expand outside of the city.

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