New Canadian Clothing Company KAY BAHD APPAREL Donating 10% of Online Sales to Fort McMurray Relief
By: Kay Bahd Apparel
Mississauga, Ontario - May, 2016
Kaybahdapparel.ca, a brand new clothing line representing the raw attitude of authentic Canadians announced it will be donating a portion of all online sales to devastated Fort McMurray, Alberta. The company, which prides itself on spreading real Canadian vibes from coast to coast is hoping to inspire Canadians to come together and support one another in a time of struggle.
"We want to help those who are suffering and those who have been unfortunate enough to traumatically lose their authentic Canadian lifestyle," says co-founder of Kay Bahd Apparel, Robert Prsa.
Kay Bahd Apparel has been selling clothing to locals and shipping all across the country since April of 2016. The company will be attending the Hockey Night in Canada Play On 4 on 4 Street Hockey tournament held at the Hershey Center in Mississauga, Ontario on June 11th and 12th where they will be donating a portion of their sales from the event to a Canadian charity.
To shop at Kay Bahd Apparel, learn more about the company, or to discuss potential business arrangements, contact Robert Prsa at email@example.com, or visit the website at www.kaybahdapparel.ca.
About Kay Bahd Apparel
Kay Bahd Apparel represents the raw attitude of authentic Canadians - tough with a strong backbone; polite with manners. The idea for "Kay Bahd" naturally arose out of regularly hearing those two words spoken at hockey games, cottages, bars, and in farm fields across the country. The apparel is designed to express an attitude and way of being.