Marino Uniforms was recently asked to produce some unique shirts for a great cause. The Cora Barclay Centre who specialise in teaching deaf kids to speak held their annual LOUD SHIRT DAY on Friday 17th October, enlisting the help of Mark Ricciuto and Chris Dittmar to promote awareness. The colourful artwork on the front of the shirts were based on a painting by the children who attend the Cora Barclay Centre. Then Adelaide designer Greta Kate incorporated Roo’s shirt with “The Crows” sleeves and cuffs, and Ditts’ shirt has “Port Power” colours. Special mention must go to John Bannister from Burke Urban, and also a Cora Barclay Board Member, who enlisted Marino Uniforms to assist with this very worthwhile project. If you want more information on how to get involved with the wonderful work at the Cora Barclay Centre, please visit their website – www.corabarclay.com.au