Carhartt, America’s premium work wear brand since 1889, today launched its national fall integrated marketing campaign focused on the brand’s durable water repellent Rain Defender® technology available in select outerwear, sweatshirts, pants and accessories. The multi-week campaign features search and rescue crewmembers who don’t have the luxury of waiting for good weather; their workdays don’t get rain delays. The campaign will be shown across multiple broadcast and digital channels through December.
“Durable, high performance sweatshirts and outerwear are a necessity for anyone in the rugged outdoors who can’t stop because of weather. Carhartt’s products featuring Rain Defender® keep you dry by making water bead up and run off the fabric,” said Tony Ambroza, senior vice president of marketing at Carhartt. “This fall’s national campaign features real search and rescue crews from Creede, Colorado taking on rain, sleet and snow in a typical day’s work.”
Carhartt’s durable water repellent Rain Defender® gear includes Quick Duck® jackets, vests and bibs, Carhartt’s Shoreline and Force Equator outerwear, bibs and pants and Carhartt’s Rain Defender® equipped sweatshirts – zip-front, hoodie, mock or crewneck styles. Carhartt also offers tool bags and a selection of other gear also equipped to protect against the rain as well.
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Carhartt, America’s premium work wear brand since 1889, is launching its national fall integrated advertising campaign focused on the brand’s durable water repellent Rain Defender® technology available in select outerwear, sweatshirts, pants and accessories. Beginning today, the multi-week campaign will tout “Trust your gear. Not your weatherman” across multiple broadcast and digital mediums through December.
To view the Multimedia News Release, go to: http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7104351-carhartt-rain-defender-durable-water-repellent-coat/
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the introduction of the original 1936 Skyliner Model Jacket, the cornerstone of the Eddie Bauer outerwear legacy. To commemorate the occasion, Eddie Bauer has re-launched the 1936 Skyliner Model design in updated fabric choices for men and women. “We intend to continue our legacy for decades to come, creating the most innovative down apparel on the market, just like Eddie himself would have done,” commented Damien Huang, SVP of Outerwear at Eddie Bauer.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/52704-eddie-bauer-re-invents-down-outerwear