Swaggē Hosts Cookout For Cavaliers

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In an ongoing effort to support nonprofit organizations, Swagge, a custom apparel company, hosted a cookout for the Cavaliers Drum Corps at Salisbury High School prior to DCI Eastern Classic in Allentown, PA. Led by Franko Robinson, VP of Humanity Programs, Swagge staff members served homemade deep dish mac and cheese and fried chicken to current staff and members of the Cavaliers.

“Working with organizations such as the Cavaliers is a primary example of our mission. Giving back to nonprofits that provide a positive experience to tomorrow’s generation is what we strive for,” said Franko Robinson, VP of Humanity Programs.

The Cavaliers have a similar mission statement for their members which is, “To provide members with a world class, life changing experience to help individuals learn real world skills,” said Chris Lugo, Director, Development and Communications. “Simply stated the support of volunteers, sponsors, friends and family, is mission critical to the success of our organization,” he added.

The humanity segment of Swagge works specifically with Drum Corps, Marching Bands, Color Guards, Drumlines, etc. By creating a truly social shopping experience, groups are able to promote their cause while also offering high quality apparel at wholesale prices. In addition, Swagge offers a free online store and shopping cart at no additional charge so groups can sell their own merchandise online. Swagge produces only the best quality decorated products which include screen printing, digital printing, embroidery and applique.

Visit http://swagge.com/giving today and see how your organization can benefit from the humanity program.

Posted by on Sunday, August 4th, 2013. Filed under Current News, DCI World, FrontPage Feature.