French Soccer team Paris Saint-Germain has raised nearly $300,000 for healthcare staff fighting off the Coronavirus pandemic in France.
Paris Saint-Germain, the French soccer powerhouse, launched a limited edition jersey featuring the words “Tous Unis” (All Together) in place of the Accor Live Limitless logo, their usual sponsor. The limited-edition jersey also boasts the logo of Assistance Publique (Paris Hospitals AP-HP) on the right sleeve, and PSG’s “protect and respect” logo on the left sleeve.
The jersey, which was only available online and limited to 1,500 units, sold out in less than 12 hours over the weekend. With each jersey sold for 175€, PSG raised 262,500€ ($290,000).
All funds were paid to Assistance Publique Paris hospital healthcare staff to help them fight off the spread of the Coronavirus.
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