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A five-day face mask system has been introduced by Crayola and SchoolMaskPack.
June 12, 2020
SchoolMaskPack has introduced a Monday-through-Friday reusable face mask system as reopening efforts progress during the summer and the upcoming school year. SchoolMaskPack will donate part of the proceeds to the #KidsHelpingKids charitable fund that aids those most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We are proud to partner with Crayola in preparing children for a smooth transition back to school,” says George Hartel, chief commercial officer, SchoolMaskPack. “The mask system has applied our proven face mask technology to Crayola’s signature colors that have inspired many generations. Additionally, in collaboration with in/PACT, the premier payments and solutions provider for consumer charitable giving in the U.S., customers will have the opportunity to help direct where SchoolMaskPack gives back to the community by donating to one of three charities that support kids who are impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic - DonorsChoose, No Kid Hungry and Heart of America.”
The new Crayola licensed five-day mask system is a solution for children, teens, adults and teachers as people spend more time outside and re-enter shared spaces. Each set comes with five dual layer masks that are machine washable. The masks come in different colors and licensed design varieties to encourage fresh usage Monday through Friday. Each set comes with a calendar card for the fridge to help kids and parents plan daily use and a mesh laundry bag for machine washing. Washed weekly, each mask can be worn for best use up to six months.
“Crayola has always worked to support children in the home and in the classroom,” says Warren Schorr, vice president, business development, global licensing, Crayola. “We’re glad to partner with SchoolMaskPack to bring options to their mask system and provide supportive solutions for school communities, parents, teachers and children.”
Customers can purchase Crayola licensed non-medical cloth mask systems at www.schoolmaskpack.com, and through other online retailers.
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