New York's face mask regulations are definitely an adjustment, especially for children.
If you find yourself struggling to get the kids to cooperate with these new requirements, we have good news. maskclub.com, an operation that impressively launched in four days, offers a subscription service to hundreds of adorable themed face coverings, from NASA and Care Bears to Super Man and Scooby Doo.
Part of Trevco, a licensee company with over 800 clients, maskclub.com has no shortage of contributions.
"It was really my wife, Morgan, who pushed me to do something," said MaskClub founder and Trevco owner, Trevor George. "She knows my company works with beloved brands like Warner Bros., Hello Kitty, emoji and more. She said, 'Isn’t there something you can do with your brands and help at the same time? There must be something.'"
With some creativity and determination, the company was quickly born—with the intent to give back. For every mask purchased, MaskClub will donate a medical grade mask to First Responders Children’s Foundation. When it launched, MaskClub delivered 5,000 masks to the foundation.
"A deputy of a police station in Rhode Island was in tears of gratitude, when they received the masks we donated through the First Responders Children’s Foundation. It’s moments like these, that bring us a humbling feeling I can’t describe in words," George said.
To learn more or purchase your own subscription ($9.99) or an individual mask ($13.99), visit maskclub.com.
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