Kustom Koozies Support St Baldricks Foundation With Specially Printed Can Coolers - KMPH FOX 26 | Central San Joaquin Valley News Source

Kustom Koozies Support St Baldricks Foundation With Specially Printed Can Coolers

Posted: Updated:

Kustom Koozies have created specially printed Can Coolers for all participants of this year’s Bald Entrepreneurs charity event.

Raleigh, North Carolina, United States of America – March 12, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Kustom Koozies supported the St. Baldrick’s Foundation by donating specially printed can coolers for all shavees at the 2014 Bald Entrepreneur’s Event on March 1st at The Factory in Wake Forest, NC. The event gives entrepreneurs a way to raise sponsorship for the charity in exchange for having their head shaved. Last year the event raised $140,000, and this year they are setting their sights even higher.

Kustom Koozies has proudly participated in this annual event for the last six years by way of donation of can coolers for participants and money for the charity. The company develops and sells insulated beverage containers via their web presence to a worldwide customer base, and their products are used variously as party favors and gifts, or to commemorate events and occasions.

Kustom Koozies provides 20 different styles to choose from and hundreds of customizable free designs including birthday, business and wedding koozies. These can be applied to either of their two main product categories, collapsible and foam. Alternatively individuals can upload completely custom designs and messages to be printed on the product.

A special message lies in store for participants of the St. Baldrick’s Foundation’s 2014 Bald Entrepeneur’s Event, which is sure to raise a smile and give them a great way to keep their drinks cool along with their heads in the coming summer.

Brian Wessler, one of the founders of the annual event and a 7-time shave himself, said, “First off, the charity is fantastic as no child should be bald nor have such a debilitating disease so young. To me the can coolers donated each year by Kustom Koozies stand as an ongoing reminder to all shavees as to what they did in the name of children everywhere. Additionally the can coolers are a way to get the word out about St. Baldrick’s when others ask about the can cooler.”

About Kustom Koozies:
Kustom Koozies is a leader in the print of personalized can coolers. Specializing in wedding and party favors, Kustom Koozies features the ability to design on line, upload custom artwork, or select from 100′s of free graphics. The company offers a low minimum order of just one item, with amazing deals on bulk orders.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.kustomkoozies.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Robert Liddle
Email: rgl@kustomkoozies.com
Phone: 919-977-5350
Organization: Kustom Koozies

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/kustom-koozies-support-st-baldricks-foundation-with-specially-printed-can-coolers/35819

ReleaseID: 35819

  • Local NewsLocal NewsMore>>

  • Fresno Girl Battles Rare Cancer, Friends Organize Fundraisers

    Fresno Girl Battles Rare Cancer, Friends Organize Fundraisers

    Battling cancer can be tough for anyone. But imagine getting the diagnosis at just eight years old.Isabel Anderson complained to her parents in March that she had double vision. By April, she was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor called Diffuse Intrinsic.More >>
    Battling cancer can be tough for anyone. But imagine getting the diagnosis at just eight years old.Isabel Anderson complained to her parents in March that she had double vision. By April, she was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor called Diffuse Intrinsic.
    More >>
  • Missing Hiker's Body Found In Kings Canyon National Park

    Missing Hiker's Body Found In Kings Canyon National Park

    A heartbreaking find in Kings Canyon National Park; a hiker missing for three days was found dead. Parks officials say Gregory Muck went hiking alone on August 10th and planned to get through a lot of areas in the park.More >>
    A heartbreaking find in Kings Canyon National Park; a hiker missing for three days was found dead. Parks officials say Gregory Muck went hiking alone on August 10th and planned to get through a lot of areas in the park.More >>
  • VALLEY DROUGHT 2014: Using Fish To Save Water

    VALLEY DROUGHT 2014: Using Fish To Save Water

    Valley Drought 2014 has a lot of people looking for ways to save water. Aquaponics is system that uses less water and grows vegetables and fruits, and is getting popular in the Valley.
    More >>
    Valley Drought 2014 has a lot of people looking for ways to save water. Aquaponics is system that uses less water and grows vegetables and fruits, and is getting popular in the Valley.

    More >>
Powered by WorldNow
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 WorldNow and KMPH. All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.