HELENA – As fires continue to ravage Montana, a number of Made in Montana businesses are coming together to help raise much-needed money to help firefighters and their efforts.

Among them: Live Life Clothing in Helena.  They’ve created two fire relief themed shirts and are donating half of their sales to the Stockman’s Bank fund, which is going to match up to $10,000 in donations.

Owner Sadie Floding said they started selling the shirts in early August and the response has been great so far, from customers in the state and across the U.S.

“It’s been great.  We’re really new, we’ve only been in business for a little over a year, so we’re not as big as some of the other companies,” said Floding.  “So it’s great to see the reaction of not only Montana, but our customers all around the United States, too, have been purchasing shirts. We’ve had wholesale stores contact us wanting to the fire relief shirts – to be a part of it – so the reaction has been amazing.”

Made in Montana Marketing Coordinator Erinn Donnell also used the word amazing, but to describe the Montana businesses that are using their products and services to help with fire relief.
“It’s been amazing seeing our members stepping up: donating time, money, resources, creating products, really helping out in any way they can.  It goes to show the authenticity, not only of the products and the businesses, but the character of our members as well, so we’re really proud to see that,” said Donnell.
Click here to reach the Facebook page for Made in Montana where you’ll find more information on the various businesses donating to fire relief.
For more information on Live Life Clothing Co. click here.