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NBZ Apparel Aims to Help Wounded/Disabled Veterans and People Living with Disabilities by Donating 1,000,000 Pairs of Our Life-Changing pants!
Press release from: NBZ Apparel
NBZ® Apparel International of Mentor, Ohio is a one-of-a-kind social good apparel maker and on-line clothing retailer. NBZ® Apparel belongs to a special category of businesses committed to making a difference in the world. Our company’s high-quality dress blue jeans, casual blue jeans, black pants, and khaki pants are specially designed to improve independence, self-esteem, and ease of dressing. We make it easier for disabled and wounded veterans and people living with disabilities to dress for school, business, social events, and to confidently pursue job opportunities.
As a social good company, every product order provides our customers with the opportunity to support a cause of their choice. For every three pairs of pants we sell, NBZ® Apparel will donate one pair to our customers’ chosen cause such as disabled/wounded veterans or individuals living with disabilities. NBZ® Apparel’s long-term goal is to donate 1,000,000 pairs of pants to improve people’s lives.
NBZ® Apparel serves customers in the United States and in 10 countries around the world. Our brands, Downs Designs® and NBZ® (No Buttons Zipperless), have been featured at the White House and have received highly positive press coverage 70 news media outlets worldwide. As a strong supporter of America’s veterans, we are committed to donating our clothes to disabled/wounded veterans at VA hospitals through an affiliated non-profit organization.
NBZ® Apparel International was recently formed by long-time, social entrepreneur Karen Bowersox. Our company’s mission is to make a life-changing difference for wounded/disabled veterans, amputees, stroke victims, seniors, plus adults and children living with disabilities such as Down syndrome, Autism, Alzheimer’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Cerebral Palsy, ALS, severe arthritis, and more. As Karen says, ““NBZ® Apparel doesn’t just sell a pair of pants. Our clothes provide dignity, confidence, and independence. They empower and even heal.”
Loss of independence is a major issue that affects tens of millions of people physically, mentally, and financially. Statistics show over 65% of working-age adults living with disabilities are unemployed! In part, this is due to the lack of easy-to-put-on, quality clothing which can make it difficult for disabled individuals to dress themselves and can limit their dressing options to choices such as sweat pants. To address this challenge, NBZ® Apparel’s line of specialty adaptive wear clothing was created after years of research and refinement. NBZ® pants are comfortable, stylish, and made of soft, high-quality, stretchy, sensory-friendly material. Our pants feature elastic waistbands and have no front buttons, zippers, or tags. They are a major help to caregivers and are much easier for people with dressing challenges to put on and wear.
Help NBZ® Apparel make a difference. Interested people can support NBZ® Apparel’s mission by purchasing our clothing, buying a gift card for someone else, and getting the word out by telling as many people as possible about our products and purpose. As part of our mission, NBZ® Apparel is actively looking to form additional partnerships with organizations which directly serve people who will benefit from our life-changing pants.
For more information, please visit our website: www.nbzapparel.com.
Dignity. Confidence. Independence. To NBZ® Apparel International these are more than just words. They’re what motivated us to create a line of high quality, fashionable clothes for wounded veterans, stroke victims, and people with disabilities such as Down syndrome, Parkinson’s, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, ALS, and Alzheimer’s. Our brands are worn by people in 10 countries and have been featured at the White House, and on CNN, CBS, and Fox. We are proudly committed to supporting America's veterans by donating our apparel to wounded or disabled veterans at VA hospitals through a non-profit organization.
8796 Tyler blvd.
Mentor, OH 44060
Marketing and Program Director
U.S. Navy Veteran
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