Did you hear?... Sportif to donate to the League to Save Lake Tahoe

Sportif USA will donate a portion of the proceeds from 2002 sales of its best-selling Tahoe Rim shorts, Tahoe Rim convertible pants, and Incline shirt to the League to Save Lake Tahoe.
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Sportif USA will donate a portion of the proceeds from 2002 sales of its best-selling Tahoe Rim shorts, Tahoe Rim convertible pants, and Incline shirt to the League to Save Lake Tahoe. The League, best known for its "Keep Tahoe Blue" campaign and distinctive bumper stickers sporting that slogan, will also get public relations help from Sportif in promoting its efforts.

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