RCS Behavior Specialist Ms. Jennifer Baker was selected as one of 100 Local Heroes from RSVLTS
(Roosevelt Shirts) for making an outstanding impact to her community. As a RSVLTS Insider on Facebook, Ms. Baker saw the call for local heroes and wrote in about her students and the Reynoldsburg City Schools Community. Approximately 100 Local Heroes across the country(coaches, first responders, healthcare providers, teachers, etc.) received "care packages."
Ms. Baker received 120 shirts of varying sizes, puzzles and other goodies for her students. She's been distributing them throughout the week and students at Taylor Road Elementary School were the first to don the shirts!
"With holiday spirit in mind, we had the opportunity to give back to a group who impact their communities every day," said RSVLTS Director or Communication, Mike Shriner.
"I found the company on Facebook, ordered my first shirt and loved it," said Ms. Baker. "I wear them to work all the time and my kids as well as coworkers love the designs and they are always a talking point. I was nominated and selected as a local hero for contest they were holding. They reached out asking my size and then asked if there were any others I would like to share the brand with and I told them I would love to share with coworkers as well as my kids and they were more than happy to oblige. I am overwhelmed by their generosity."
RSVLTS was named after 26th president Theodore Roosevelt, who the company feels lived up to their motto, "Dare Mighty Things."