Update: Family friendly shits are available at: represent.com/familyfriendly.
The campaign is to benefit the F-Cancer charity which brings to attention preventing and detecting cancer.
Amell's mother had a bout with breast cancer a few years ago and went through chemotherapy and is now in remission.
"My mom was going through chemotherapy in April of 2012 and she and I just took a photo outside of a bar in Toronto when I was visiting. I was just giving the middle finger to the camera — representing 'f— cancer," Amell previously told The Hollywood Reporter. "At the time, I didn't know there was a charity called F— Cancer. They got in touch via Twitter and we've been working together ever since."
The first Stephen Amell F-Cancer t-shirt sold thousands and thousands with over 3000 sold in the first hour. Expect even more to be sold as Amell's Facebook has grown past 4 million users.
I own a shirt and regulary wear it and get lots of positive feeback. Cool shirts.
Update: Here is a video with Amell talking about the new shirts. I've ordered mine. Have you?
Hello again. What started out as an experiment turned into a movement. 66,419 shirts sold. Over a million dollars raised for F- Cancer. The experience was so amazing I just had to do it again.
Are you on Team Amell? You should be!
New design (various styles of shirts available):