After designing the shirt and creating shirt mockups, I realized I needed to get approvals form the Utah Jazz. And talk about a struggle trying to get in touch with someone to discuss that. After many failed attempts and dozens of emails with no response, I decide to take a leap and published the shirts to start selling, because I knew they would see that. And within 30 minutes, the shirt was taken down and I was finally contacted by the Utah Jazz front office to make this concept a reality.
The Utah Jazz then sent me over a contract to sign over the rights to the JP Strong logo and we were in conversations of what type of promotion would be done for JP Gibson.