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(1992 Lithuanian tie dye jersey 2018 Edition) 'Original Olympic Slam Dunking Skullman'.
Lithuania Slam Dunking Skeleton artist's Facts: This art was created by Greg Speirs.
The creator of the design is artist Greg Speirs, and is not the grateful dead. notice:
Slam Dunking Skeleton is a trademark owned by Speirs. This is not a Grateful dead Lithuanian design This is a Greg Speirs design. The major funds going to the 1992 Lithuanian Olympic
basketball team and Lithuanian children's charities were donated by Speirs by releasing 100% of his profit to the causes in 1992. The Lithuanian Basketball team was sponsored by Greg Speirs'
major funds generated for the Lithuania basketball team from sales of his popular artwork design. The Slam Dunking Skeleton was created and is owned by Speirs and can be used under
license and with permission from the original artist Greg Speirs.
(The Original Tie Dye basketball T-Shirts were first seen in the 1992 Olympics). (2008 Lithuania tie dye t-shirts) ®. Home of the Original Lithuania tie dye basketball T-Shirts. The Original 1992 Lithuanian tie Dye basketball T-Shirts -2018 Reissue (Jerseys)
Who was the major funds sponsor of the 1992 Lithuanian Olympic basketball team? Answer: Sports artist Greg Speirs, was the “major sponsor” of the 1992 Lithuanian Olympic basketball team when he donated the $400,000.00 (all of his profits) realized from his trademarked “Slam Dunking Skeleton” design to the team and to Lithuanian children’s charities.