KERNERSVILLE, N.C.-- A North Carolina teen started an apparel line to give back to everyday heroes.
- Miller Browning says he was inspired by his great grandfather who worked on a farm
- He sells some shirts and donates others
- Ten percent of the proceeds from the sales goes to charitable causes across the country
This summer, it's first responders and military members that 15-year-old Miller Browning is honoring with his line Do Work That Matters.
It all began with a farmer. Miller says his inspiration was his late great grandfather who worked hard on his farm in Virginia.
“I’m trying to shine light on the people who are really doing work that matters in this world,” he said. “Not like the TV stars and stuff.”
He sells some shirts and donates others.
Ten percent of the proceeds from the sales goes to charitable causes across the country. The rest covers production and distribution costs. To learn more about Do Work that Matters, visit this website.