Your Mom Rocks & We Want To Call & Tell Her!

May 04, 2015

Your mom called...

Just kidding, she didn't. But....

If you buy her a Vivid Roots shirt for Mothers Day, we will personally call her to wish her a Happy Mother's Day along with whatever message you want us to pass along!
If you want to partake in this awesomeness follow the instructions below:

1) Go to, choose a shirt.

2) Go to your cart, click link under checkout button.

3) Enter the Following Info:

Line 1: Your First & Last name

Line 2: Your mom's First & Last name & 10 digit phone number

Line 3: Your Message (50 words or less)


Your mom rocks, let her know by getting her an awesome shirt and providing clean water in her name!

Click HERE to shop for your mom!



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