Charitable cottage industry springs up in wake of shooting rampage

Kristi Manning, co-owner of Carter Shooting Supply & Range on Highway 58, holds a Nooga Strong t-shirt in the store Friday, July 31.
photo Graphic designer Zeke Tucker's Nooga Strong T-shirt.

photo Graphic designer Zeke Tucker's Nooga Strong T-shirt.

Kristi Manning isn't a graphic designer. She's co-owner of a Chattanooga gun store and shooting range.

But there's been strong demand for Manning's design of the words "Nooga Strong" over a Tennessee-shaped, billowing U.S. flag on $15 T-shirts and $2.50 bumper stickers for sale at Carter Shooting Supply and Range on Highway 58. The shirts and stickers raise funds for families of the five U.S. serviceman who died after Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez's July 16 shooting rampage in Chattanooga.

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