Kid Rock's Made In Detroit Clothing Line To Fund College Scholarships

Written By , on October 24, 2008

Detroit, MI (CNS) – Musician Kid Rock is using his Made in Detroit apparel line for a good cause, working with Wayne State University to help start a college “Kid Rock Scholarship” fund for area music students.

Kid Rock, whose real name is Robert Ritchie, is from the Detroit area and the 37-year-old rock-rapper bought the clothing company about two years ago.

Celebrity News Service has learned that the Detroit company will create 2,500 limited edition T-shirts bearing the school’s name and the Made in Detroit logo, which features a factory worker, carrying a large wrench, in silhouette.

The “Kid Rock Scholarship” will be available to students studying the business and performance sides of music. Wayne State hopes to initially raise $25,000 from the sale of the shirts. The T-shirts will be sold at the school’s campus bookstore.

Kid Rock’s brother, Billy Ritchie, said the city has been good to their family and it is a way of giving back.

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