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Peppers USA Joins Swipe4TheKids to Reinforce a CHANCE’EM Mission on the North Shore of Oahu

Mar 28 2014, 2:17am CDT | by

Peppers Polarized Eyewear has joined CHANCE’EM efforts to increase funding for North Shore High School surf teams. By converting to the Swipe4TheKids merchant platform, Peppers now will help reinforce the North Shore’s youth funding movement and join ranks with CHANCE’EM, Turtle Bay Resort, Pupukea Grill, Jerry’s Pizza and others.

Orange County, CA, March 28, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Peppers Eyewear, a leader in eyewear geared toward the active lifestyle, offers more than just a great pair of sunglasses. The brand has been very...

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Peppers USA Joins Swipe4TheKids to Reinforce a CHANCE’EM Mission on the North Shore of Oahu

Mar 28 2014, 2:17am CDT | by

Peppers Polarized Eyewear has joined CHANCE’EM efforts to increase funding for North Shore High School surf teams. By converting to the Swipe4TheKids merchant platform, Peppers now will help reinforce the North Shore’s youth funding movement and join ranks with CHANCE’EM, Turtle Bay Resort, Pupukea Grill, Jerry’s Pizza and others.

Orange County, CA, March 28, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Peppers Eyewear, a leader in eyewear geared toward the active lifestyle, offers more than just a great pair of sunglasses. The brand has been very proactive in giving back. The philanthropic outreach of Peppers has stretched far outside of their own community, including foreign lands.

"Peppers is happy to support Flynn Novak and the CHANCE'EM crew by joining Swipe4TheKids and sharing the passion they show towards the Hawaiian communities that I always love to visit. We know how important early childhood development is for the future of their communities for generations to come,” stated Steve Pepper, the brand’s owner. “Getting kids involved in music, arts and sports programs at an early age promotes a healthy lifestyle and positive attitude. Our brand focuses on active and healthy lifestyle - thus this makes a perfect fit,” he adds.

This initiative was originally made possible by CHANCE’EM, a local North Shore brand established to support Hawaii’s youth.Turtle Bay Resort, also on North Shore of Oahu, adopted the Swipe4theKids platform in early 2013, with Turtle Bay Foundation serving as the distribution arm for the program. “It’s people like Steve Pepper who are giving the North Shore community confidence in knowing that things are changing for the better. We’re so happy to see Peppers Eyewear joining hands with our community effort to improve life on the North Shore, especially since they’re based in Pittsburgh. This is huge and our future for the North Shore is looking bright!” say the boys at CHANCE’EM.

About Peppers Eyewear
In 1994, Peppers Sunglasses was founded with the vision to bring affordable, high quality, polarized sunglasses to the market. For the past 20 years, we have worked closely with designers and factories to produce an innovative line of sports and lifestyle sunglasses. Using influences from the top trends from around the world, we bring our customers the most current colors and styles. We are also constantly improving our sunglasses to stay on top of the ever-changing technology that goes into our frame and lens construction.

About Swipe4TheKids
Retailers and school-based programs are encouraged to find out how – at no cost – Swipe4TheKids can provide sustainable funding. Receive a no-cost analysis of your Merchant Services Account and see how your existing business expense can become a community benefit. Funds are donated in your name out of the fees you already pay, with a rate match and lifetime guarantee! Request more info at: info@swipe4thekids.com http://www.swipe4thekids.com/

Contact Information:
Pomeroy Equitable Solutions LLC
Adam Grossman
732-451-3031
Contact via Email
Swipe4TheKids.com

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