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Amazing Response From Soccer Team To Boy Who Suffered Bullying

Amazing Response From Soccer Team To Boy Who Suffered Bullying
Amazing Response From Soccer Team To Boy Who Suffered Bullying

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A young admirer from the University of Tenessee was very surprised after being a victim of bullying at his school in Florida.

The fourth-grader at Almonte Elementary School in Almonte Springs brought to his school a t-shirt he found at home with a drawing of the university's logo made for 'College Color Day'. The boy decided to decorate his own shirt for the big day, but he didn't have a good time.

The teacher Laura Snyder shared a message on Facebook saying that the little one did not have a good time despite wanting only to support his team.

"Last week, my elementary school participated in College Colors Day. When I told my students about this day a week earlier, this particular boy came up to me and said he wanted to wear a shirt from the University of Tennessee, but he didn't have it, "Snyder explained in a post on September 4. "We agreed that he could wear an orange shirt to show his spirit. He told me the days before that that he had an orange shirt that he was going to wear." ãn; δkN ÷ çGë † ôóM6çG} ï-4ïN½

Snyder added: "So when the day finally came, he was so excited to show me his shirt. I was impressed that he went one step further to create his own label."

However, after lunch, the boy returned to the classroom crying after a group of girls made fun of his handmade shirt.


"I was devastated," wrote the teacher. "I know that children can be cruel, I am aware that this is not the best sign, BUT this child used the resources at his disposal to participate in a spiritual day."

To cheer on her student, she wanted to get her an official University of Tennessee t-shirt and asked her Facebook friends if they had any connection to make the gift "very special."

The response, he said, was overwhelming. Her post went viral among Vols fans and many sent their support in encouraging comments to the boy. It even caught the attention of the university itself, which revealed at a press conference that they would send the young fan a personalized team pack.

"As an expert in marketing and fan experience, I love the creativity he showed there and brought us to the football team, to the campus here, to the Vol Shop," Associate Director of Athletics for Fan Experience & Sales Jimmy Delaney said, according to a campus publication, The Daily Beacon.

But the university did not stop there. They also created an official T-shirt with the boy's design and announced on Twitter that a portion of the proceeds from each shirt sold will be donated to an anti-bullying foundation.


"When I told him that his design was turning into a real shirt and that people wanted to wear it, his jaw dropped." "He had a big smile on his face, he was walking higher, and he could tell that his confidence [in himself] grew today!"

According to the university's online store, demand for the shirt was so high that it caused the website to collapse.

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