Sonic unveils ‘Sonic Swag’ collection with a design for every state with a Sonic drive-in

The Lone Star state’s design features a cowboy on a Coney!

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Want a shirt with that Coney? You can help fight child hunger by buying a shirt from Sonic’s “Sonic Swag” collection representing all the states with a Sonic drive-in in it.

One dollar from each shirt sold will go toward the Sonic Foundation’s partnership with No Kid Hungry. According to the company, $1 can provide up to 10 meals for children in need.

The 46 states represent over 3,500 different drive-ins across the country and each does things “a little differently,” the company said. The Lone Star state’s design features a cowboy on a Coney!

The company said each of the designs was hand-drawn by Detroit-based sign painter Kelly Golden in her iconic Americana style.

Each of the shirts is made in North Carolina from 100% cotton, is screen-printed and mailed from Georga, according to the company.

To see what your state’s shirt is, click here.

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Jakob Rodriguez is a digital journalist at KSAT 12. He's a graduate of Texas State University, where he served as the editor-in-chief of the student-run newspaper, The University Star.