Centre Teams Up With Dallas Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott to Support North Texas Food Bank

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Centre, known as one of the best spots to find the perfect pair of kicks, announced today it will continue to support the Dallas-Fort Worth community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Centre and Ezekiel Elliott decided to team up and launch an exclusive apparel collection consisting of t-shirts, hoodies and sweat pants that range from $25 to $50. The apparel will be available for purchase starting Saturday, April 11th at 12:00 p.m. CST on the Centre website and all proceeds from the collaboration will be matched to help support The North Texas Food Bank.

“We are excited to be working with The North Texas Food Bank and are continuing to look into more ways of helping out people in need all over North Texas,” said Dallas Cowboys Running Back, Ezekiel Elliott.

The exclusive collection apparel features doodles and images of the Dallas Cowboys Running Back with nods to the collection’s beneficiary, The North Texas Food Bank. 

Centre and Elliott hope to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for The North Texas Food Bank to support the great work they’re doing in the community, including preparing and donating meals for those in need as well as hiring and employing recently laid-off service professionals.

“Ezekiel and myself have been brainstorming about how we can truly have an impact and help people that need assistance. The North Texas Food Bank is not only distributing millions of meals, but also helping find work for thousands of service industry professionals that have been furloughed,” said Nick Sunderman.

And, this isn’t the first time DFW has seen Centre helping out the community. Most recently, the brand partnered with Urban Taco to provide 800 meals to those in need. In just three days, all of the 800 donated meals were spoken for by members of the community.

The collection will only be available for a very limited time. To purchase a limited edition t-shirt, hoodie or sweat pant, visit www.centretx.com or follow them on Instagram at @centretx.


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