Bay Cities to Assemble and Packout Face Masks for Rags of Honor
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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PICO RIVERA, CA, June 16, 2020: Bay Cities, North America’s most innovative packaging and design company, today announces that over 1.5 million face masks will be kitted and packed out for Rags of Honor. Over 1 million of the Masks of Honor are available now in over 1,800 Walmart stores.
The Masks of Honor (https://masksofhonor.us/) are an initiative by Rags of Honor (https://ragsofhonor.us/), an apparel company devoted to hiring homeless and at risk veterans, run by Mark Doyle and his wife Kip.
“Every day, 22 veterans take their lives. Proceeds from the mask sales could save the lives of 100 veterans.” said Mark Doyle.
“There are companies who talk about veterans, and then there are companies who put their money behind it and step in. Bay Cities underwrote several million dollars for this program, just because they thought it was the right thing to do.” continued Mark Doyle.
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About Bay Cities
Bay Cities is North America’s most innovative packaging and design company, providing integrated, end-to-end packaging and logistics solutions that are proven to drive sales, both on-shelf and online. Powered by technology and the best people, Bay Cities works seamlessly with brands and retailers to design and deliver product packaging and in-store display programs with ease and accuracy.
About Rags of Honor
Rags of Honor was formed to create an opportunity for our homeless and unemployed military veterans. Learning skills in a new industry whilst applying the discipline and accountability from their military service, our veterans are able to create the amazing apparel you will find in our online store.