Right On Hereford, Left On Boylston founder John Stoller stumbled upon becoming a marathon runner, but that’s a story for another day. His venture into marathon-inspired performance apparel is a bit easier to understand. Thanks to his stumble into the world of marathoning, Stoller became hooked and decided to enter the 2008 Boston Marathon as a charity runner. In order to run, he needed to raise the required funds. He put his background in the promotional product business to work and came up with the slogan, “Right on Hereford, Left on Boylston” (the final two turns of the Boston Marathon). He had it printed on shirts, and then sold those shirts to reach his fundraising goal. For more about Stoller and the birth of “Right on Hereford, Left on Boylston,” check out the complete article on Wayland Patch.

Of course, in homage to the philanthropic roots of Right On Hereford, Left On Boylston, Stoller donates $5 of every purchase made by a charity runner to their charity of choice. Find out how your charity can become involved with Right On Hereford, Left On Boylston. Contact us today for more information.

Right On Hereford, Left On Boylston apparel is available at the following retail locations in February, March, and April:

All Stars 
200 State Street, Boston

Best of Boston 
345 North Market Building (Faneuil Hall), Boston
Prudential Center, Boston

Destination Boston 
Faneuil Hall, Boston

Hopkinton Card & Gift
52 Main Street, Hopkinton

Lucy’s League 
345 North Market Building (Faneuil Hall), Boston 

Marathon Sports
671 Boylston St, Boston

100 Huntington Ave (Copley Place), Boston

Logan Airport Terminal A (11 locations)

200 State Street, Boston
1245 Worcester St (Natick Mall), Natick