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- Dublin Pub owner Steve Tieber is selling T-shirts to support his wife and Pink Ribbon Girls.
- Supporters are ask to send Suzie Tieber messages on Facebook.
The owner of an Oregon District bar known for its epic St. Patrick’s Day bashes is raising money to support women battling breast cancer in his wife’s name.
Steve Tieber, the owner of Dublin Pub, 300 Wayne Ave., is selling “Tieber Tough” T-shirts to benefit breast cancer group Pink Ribbon Girls and to support his wife, Suzie.
Suzie Tieber underwent a double mastectomy earlier this week, Steve Tieber said.
The 44-year-old mother of two was diagnosed with breast cancer on Oct. 31.
“Everybody who goes through this wants to make a (difference),” Steve Tieber said. “It is very scary.”
He encourages woman to get mammograms as recommended by health care professionals.
Ty Camacho from Miami Valley Team Sports donated the shirts. A $25 donation is being requested.
Supporters including those who purchase shirts are asked to send pictures and messages to Suzie Tieber on Facebook.
Several have posted message and photos with the with the hashtag #TieberTough.
The"TIEBER TOUGH, Let's Support Suzie Tieber" campaign has already raised $3,000 for the Pink Ribbon Girls.
For more information about the T-shirts, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.