After a post about the bullying went viral, the university sent the boy and his classmates a care package. They’re also selling his design officially on their website. Poceeds from shirt sales will go to STOMP Out Bullying, a national organization that works to stop and prevent bullying and cyberbullying and promote civility, inclusion and equality, according to its website. A University of Tennessee fan in Florida is now an official product designer for the Volunteers. This, after the young boy was reportedly bullied at school for wearing an orange shirt with a piece of paper on it that featured a homemade design of the University of Tennessee logo on it. High demand for Florida boy’s UT t-shirt design crashes Vol Shop server https://t.co/GCUJn8Y6JE #cyberbullying #stopbullying pic.twitter.com/BWJ5Q5jMnQ— CyberBullying Report (@CyberBullyAlert) September 9, 2019 The Vol Shop has been providing updates on Twitter, and they hope it will be back up and running soon so more people can get their t-shirts.