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Mike Jerrick Delivers Sweater Shirt To Viewer

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Good Day viewer Granny Jones loved the sweater / shirt that Steve Keeley bought for Mike Jerrick during his live shot at a local Kmart. 

Mike's snow storm sweaters have become sensational this winter. He has worn one during each snow storm, so Keeley thought he would buy Mike a sweater that was "a two for one deal."

It is a sweater with a shirt sewn in it!

Granny Jones from Port Richmond really liked the sweater so Mike went out and gave it her.

Mike's snow storm sweaters have become sensational this winter. He has worn one during each snow storm, so Keeley thought he would buy Mike a sweater that was "a two for one deal."

It is a sweater with a shirt sewn into it!

Granny Jones from Port Richmond really liked the sweater so Mike went out and gave it her.

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