HoodieBuddie™ Partners With Shirts For A Cure For RIP MCA Hoodie
Limited Edition RIP MCA HoodieBuddie™ will Benefit SSE Breast Cancer Charity
Van Nuys, CA (July 22, 2012) – HoodieBuddie™ , the line of headphone embedded hoodies and apparel, announces the launch of its limited edition RIP MCA hoodie, in partnership with The Shirts For a Cure Project, a prominent philanthropic initiative started by punk rock photographer Mark Beemer in 2002. 100% of the proceeds from the sale of this hoodie are donated to the Syrentha J. Savio Endowment (SSE), which provides financial assistance to underprivileged women who can not afford breast cancer treatment.
HoodieBuddie™ partnered with Shirts For A Cure on this initiative in observance of the late Adam “MCA” Yauch of Beastie Boys fame. This limited edition hoodie features HB3 Technology™, an asset of all HoodieBuddie™ product, enabling it with waterproof sound through embedded earphones and a device jack.
About Shirts For A Cure
The Shirts For A Cure Project (SFAC) was launched by The Syrentha J. Savio Endowment to give voice to the social concerns of punk bands and their many fans as well as to raise awareness about breast cancer prevention. The Syrentha J. Savio Endowment (SSE) was established by punk-rock photographer Mark Beemer in 2002. SSE provides financial assistance to underprivileged women who cannot afford expensive breast cancer medicine and therapy.
About HoodieBuddie ™ with HB3 Technology™
HoodieBuddie™ integrates HB3 Technology™ into fun, functional, and wearable garments that embody a carefree and vibrant lifestyle. Using patented HB3Technology™, the HoodieBuddie™ contains a standard headphone jack in the front pocket that plugs into any headphone compatible device. Once plugged into the device of your choice, the audio travels through embedded cables within the HoodieBuddie™ to the headphones, which are built in to the ends of the drawstrings. From simple solids, to brights and bold patterns, HoodieBuddie ™ is a must-have at the game, for the plane, and on the go.
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