The limited collection will feature 12 classic Loteria designs including El Gallo, El Corazon, La Sirena and La Dama.
“Loteria is a game with a deep emotional connection with Hispanics all over the world that evokes feelings of comfort, pride and joy,” says Luis Landin, chief executive officer, Don Clemente. “During an unprecedented time when we’re all battling the Covid-19 virus together, we are proud to partner with Trevco and Mask Club to bring safety, heritage and some fun to communities.”
MaskClub launched this month as a response to the recent CDC official recommendation that people over the age of two wear a face covering. The company has more than 2,000 licensed designs from brands like Warner Bros., Hello Kitty, STARK & The House of Scalamandré, NASA, Betty Boop, Popeye and Care Bears.
MaskClub is the first company to offer a mask subscription model, where
A Trevco company, Maskclub donates a medical-grade mask to First Responders Children’s Foundation for every mask sold. First Responders Children’s Foundation distributes masks to paramedics, emergency medical technicians, police officers, firefighters and medical personnel treating COVID-19 patients. MaskClub has donated thousands of masks to the foundation.
“These are confusing times,” says Trevor George, founder, MaskClub. “We want to help families make the situation a little better, and hopefully brighter, by featuring beloved brands that resonate with children and making the act of mask-wearing less intimidating. By outfitting the whole household, children will hopefully find the act of mask-wearing less scary when seeing their parents wear it.”
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