San Diego, CA, November 04, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Bullets2Bandages, the cause campaign specializing in stylish bullet pendants created out of fired ammunition, announced its confirmed deal to sell its accessories through the world’s largest online retailer of street wear: Karmaloop.com.
Joining brands like Ray Ban, Converse and Burton, Bullets2Bandages’ products will be sold at regular price in the “accessories” section of Karmaloop.com.
“This new contract with Karmaloop.com marks the global launch of Bullets2Bandages’ accessories and truly sets the bar for all of the distribution avenues we set our sights on moving forward,” said Cole Evans, Co-Founder of Bullets2Bandages. “With Karmaloop.com’s 2.5 million unique visitors every month, we are looking forward to seeing how our products will fare with customers looking for stylish alternatives to traditional jewelry products.”
Current accessories created by Bullets2Bandages are composed of recycled, once fired, 5.56mm and 9mm bullet casings. The demilitarized bullet casings are reloaded with a new full metal jacket tip, and plated to design five different styles. Each Bullet comes with a Bullets2Bandages Dog Tag.
“Our products fit perfectly with the urban wear theme of karmaloop.com, making the site a prime platform to sell our accessory line,” said Evans. “With an already impressive selection of products, we are honored to have our jewelry featured alongside some noteworthy brands that are recognized around the world.”
Through its accessory line and B2B-branded apparel sales, Bullets2Bandages donates proceeds to the Travis Manion Foundation: a non-profit organization that provides much-needed assistance to injured veterans and the families of killed service members.
In line with the company’s goal to “give back” to the community, Bullets2Bandages works with different non-profit organizations each month, donating a percentage of sales’ proceeds to assist the specified organization in carrying out its services.
For more information, product details or ways to get your organization involved, visit www.bullets2bandages.org.
After serving as Explosive Ordnance Disposal Officers in the U.S. Navy, Erik Spalding and Cole Evans desired to give back to those affected by conflict. The two U.S. Naval Academy graduates founded the concept to provide individuals with a way to support their country through fashionable purchases. By crafting bullet pendants out of fired ammunition and branded dog tags, Bullets2Bandages.org sells its products online and donates proceeds to the Travis Manion Foundation: a non-profit organization whose mission is “to assist wounded and disabled veterans and the families of Fallen Heroes.”
For more information and product details, visit www.bullets2bandages.org.