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Polo Shirt-Limited Edition Collaboration: Ebony Greens / Ted Rhodes Foundation
Introducing the Limited Edition Ted Rhodes Foundation Polo – a symbol of support and homage. Crafted exclusively for fundraising, this polo echoes the legacy of golf pioneer Ted Rhodes. Wear it proudly to champion the cause and honor a true icon. Your contribution matters.
Get Your Own Polo for a Donation to the Ted Rhodes Foundation.
Polo Shirt -Historical Print (Legacy Collection)
Introducing the Limited Edition Legacy Golf Pioneers Polo. Keep your look classic, while standing out at the same time. This polo has a sophisticated style with golf legacy legends.
Get Your Own Polo for a Donation to a Legacy Foundation
Not for Resale, Fundraisers Only. Minimum Donation $60.
Our mission is to create a movement of minority golfers who wear Ebony Greens LLC apparel and who enjoy the sport of golf.
We proudly carry forward the legacy of those that came before us.
In Honor of Those Who Broke the Barrier
Legacy Must Be Earned.
Ebony Greens aims to be recognized as a premier Black-owned golf apparel enterprise.
We test our designs and sizing with the minority golf community with a focus on extended and inclusive sizing – and a promise of quality.
Ebony Greens LLC is the golf apparel arm of Summerville Enterprises LLC owned by President and CEO, Roderick Shawn Summerville.
Diverse Experiences Maximize Potential.
Shawn has been instrumental in supporting fledgling sports teams and junior golfers. He fervently advocates for marginalized citizens and strives to provide opportunities for people of color.
He has volunteered at AmeriCorps VISTA, and facilitated opportunities for growth and advocacy within the Black-owned business space.
Shawn supports the Louisville Central Community Center (LCCC) as a volunteer and advocate for socioeconomic change in Louisville's West End. He has been an integral part of its built environment, scaling, and development.
In discussion with various youth organizations, Shawn is building momentum in his community for their causes.