They began finding a cause and designing T-shirts and sunglasses.
Now that the company has been going for two months, they are trying to get more support. Ten percent of their prices go to help a man who has adopted many children in Africa. They are also now working with a group called "Sahbu", which rescues and educates kids in Africa.
They say their inspiration for starting Hero Clothing came from People Water, but they had never met anyone from the company until Wednesday on Good Things Utah! They got to meet their "hero"... Jef Holm from People Water and get his input on their company.
If you'd like to learn more about Hero Clothing, please visit: http://www.be-a-hero.net or http://www.facebook.com/HEROClothing1.