Sun Prairie business printing shirts to mark explosion anniversary

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SUN PRAIRIE (WKOW) — Sun Prairie is preparing to mark the anniversary of the explosion that rocked its downtown and killed firefighter Cory Barr.

Razor Sharp Screen Printing lost its building in the July 10 blast, but now it’s printing again in a new location on Main Street.

Razor Sharp is making shirts to mark the anniversary, part of the city’s plan to give everyone a chance to remember what happened in a positive way.

“We’re Sun Prairie. We’re strong. But we’re also Sun Prairie stronger. We’ve grown from this. And we’ve really come a long way and it’s because of the community and everybody involved,” says co-owner Renee Von Klopp.

The business will begin printing and selling the shirts Thursday.

They will cost $10.

$4 of each sale will go to a memorial to honor Cory Barr.

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