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Fourth year for couple’s Fiesta t-shirt fundraiser
QSanAntonio, March 17, 2012

Chad Nall and Brian Lopez-Rosa, proprietors of Suburban Spaces Real Estate, moved to San Antonio from Ohio seven years ago and immediately fell in love with the city.

The couple says they had the good fortune to meet an extraordinary group of people that have become family. Now, for the fourth year in a row, they are selling tee shirts during Fiesta to raise money for a local charity.

“Giving back to the community is among the many qualities that have made this city so endearing to us,” says Lopez-Rosa, “and we are continuing our annual tradition of fundraising during Fiesta as our way of giving back to the community that we adore so much.”

Earlier this year, Rosas and Nall's close friends Nadeem Bridi and Rick Frei coordinated a group of volunteers to complete landscaping on a Habitat for Humanity house, sponsored by KCI.

"Rick and Nadeem share our passion for giving back whenever possible and serve as an inspiration to many in our community," says Nall. "To date, 737 homes have been built in partnership with Habitat for Humanity of San Antonio and families in need of affordable housing. For these reasons, Habitat for Humanity of San Antonio is this year’s beneficiary for our 4th Annual Fiesta T-Shirt Fundraiser."

The t-shirts have been designed specifically to commemorate Fiesta while also raising money to help families in need build affordable houses for themselves and their families, at no interest and no profit. Suburban Spaces underwrites the cost of printing the t-shirts so that all of the proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity of San Antonio.

“Our goal is to have as many people as possible wearing the t-shirts during the Battle of Flowers parade on April 27, as well as any of the other Fiesta events during the 11-day celebration and throughout the year!” says Lopez-Rosa.

The t-shirts are made of pre-shrunk cotton and available in four colors ranging from sizes small to XX large. There is also a tank top which comes in two colors. All orders must be placed by March 31.

The shirts can be ordered online using this link: ProjectFiesta.com.