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New York– Thousands of shirts are printed prior to the Super Bowl each year, declaring the contenders as the winner. Instead of throwing away the shirts of the losers, the National Football League donates the memorabilia to World Vision, an international evangelical relief and development organization working in 100 countries, and given to needy people around the world.

World Vision has similar deals with Major League Baseball, the NBA and the NHL, but football is the biggest generator of shirts.

Next month, a group of pro football players, including Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, will fly to Uganda to hand out shirts.



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