Ruby Soho and Ethan Page mobilized for war between their two favorite convenience store chains. The wrestlers each sold shirts that represented their choice, with proceeds going to charity. Page chose OneParent.org and Ruby selected St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

On All Ego’s latest vlog, the totals were revealed. Ruby raised $1,830 for St. Jude on behalf of Sheetz. Cody Rhodes kicked in another $1,000. Ethan Page raised $5,625 for OneParent. While Ethan was the winner, both sides did some good in the world via the friendly competition.

Now that she’s lost, Ruby Soho will have to face the humiliation of setting foot inside a Bucc-ee’s. It was an embarrassing defeat for the Altoona, PA-based Sheetz. The brand has previously received the endorsement of Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman.

Ruby’s t-shirt design depicted a traditional Sheetz logo. Over the logo were the words “Ethan is the”. Ethan Page’s design included the Bucc-ee’s red-haired beaver and Ruby’s name.

It’s great to see wrestlers using their personal social media to do some good for the world. Everybody had some fun, fans were able to get unique, limited-run merchandise. A couple very worthy causes received some much-needed support. Congratulations to Ruby Soho and Ethan Page!

You can donate to either cause via their website. Visit OneParent.org to support OneParent. Donations to St. Jude can be made at their website. If you can afford it, why not help both of these great causes?

What do you think of Ethan Page and Ruby Soho’s charity convenience store battle? Let us know in the comments!

Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a new contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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