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Meet the Hokie behind Relay’s acid-dyed shirts

“At age 6, Victoria Arczynski was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). Today, 12 years later, the Virginia Tech senior is cancer-free and fundraising for Relay For Life by selling acid-dyed T-shirts.

During football season, Arczynski was trying to find something unique to wear to the game, so she decided to try something new and creative, and acid-dyed a gray T-shirt from a thrift store.


“I have always loved to craft,” Arczynski said. “So, I decided to combine my love of (Virginia Tech) with my love of crafting.”

When Arczynski shared a picture of the shirt on Snapchat, she was shocked by the number of people asking her for one. She started out selling the shirts through an Instagram account, @justvickythingz.” Read full article below….

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