Nogginwear Success on Kickstarter - Launches First & Only Limited Edition Hat Subscription
BOSTON - June 3, 2016 - PRLog -- Nogginwear, the First & Only Limited Edition Hat Subscription is celebrating a successful finish at Kickstarter.com, an online fundraising site, that will now allow Nogginwear to move full steam ahead on creating the limited edition hats.
"We are extremely pleased deciding to use Kickstarter, reaching our goal in just 6 days and ending 135% above our goal," says Mr. Weldon, Co-Founder & CEO. Weldon goes on to describe the process as very user friendly and extremely easy to maintain through updates.
Nogginwear is totally unique and different by not just designing and manufacturing a different premium retail quality limited edition hat each month for monthly hat subscribers but taking it up a notch with Limited Edition Series, the Artist Series, the Food & Cocktail Series and the recently added Hunting Series featuring Facebook icon Hillbilly Weatherman (https://www.facebook.com/
Nogginwear has since secured some incredible artists to the list of limited edition artist series hats including: award winning comic book creator, writer Stan Sakai (http://www.nogginwear.com/
"It's about doing something different and unique while having fun and providing a top quality product and sharing it with our subscribers via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram; not to mention it's a great gift for the hard to buy for person," says Mr. Lambert, Co-Founder and CFO.
Nogginwear's business model is to provide a limited edition uniquely designed, high quality hat for direct to consumer sales. "The concept of a uniquely designed limited edition hat hit us about a year ago while watching family and friends ripping open gifts with sheer excitement not knowing what was inside. Our concept, our passion, is to recreate that feeling of joy and excitement for our hat subscribers each month; we call this hatisfaction,"
"I knew if we could succeed on Kickstarter, it would make all this possible, and be on track for a full launch in June," continues Mr. Weldon.