ASU Students Attempt to Set World Record at "Tie Die for Haiti" Event

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By Kristen Fisher

You've seen the commercials "Text this number to help Haiti" - and the Enactus club at Alabama State University is trying to help by setting a world record.

Saturday the club hosted "Tie Dye for Haiti" to tie dye the most amount of shirts in a four hour period.

Participants were asked to donate canned goods and to bring a 100% white cotton t-shirt to be tie dyed, and sent to the Le Pont Des Enfants Orphanage in Haiti.

Their goal was two thousand shirts.

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