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Her T-shirts declare 'i believe in me'

Newburyport resident Jenifer Hoffman launched a business after noticing most messages on clothing for adults and children are negative, violent, or contain sexual innuendos. Above, some of her positive T-shirts.
Newburyport resident Jenifer Hoffman launched a business after noticing most messages on clothing for adults and children are negative, violent, or contain sexual innuendos. Above, some of her positive T-shirts. (Globe Staff Photo / Mark Wilson) Globe Staff Photo / Mark Wilson
By Wendy Killeen
Globe Correspondent / April 6, 2006

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Jenifer Hoffman was 2 miles into the cycling leg of a triathlon in Newburyport last summer when she and another rider, reaching for his water bottle, collided. (Full article: 1060 words)

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