Baby, it’s cold outside? Stay warm with a new pair of jeans!

Hi wonderful Hope for Haiti Foundation supporters,

First of all, we apologize for the lack of blog posts the last few weeks. We’re making an early New Years resolution to never let it happen again!

Speaking of the holidays, if you’re hunting for a gift for that hard-to-buy for person on your list (and who isn’t?), consider a pair of S2 Jeans. Not only do they help Haiti, but you can’t go wrong with a trusty pair of blue jeans! They’re as American as trampling fellow storegoers to get your hands on the latest toy (parents, what it is this year? Because it was all about some Tickle Me Elmo growing up!), using cookies to entice strange, fat, bearded men into your chimney (which would be entirely creepy any other night of the year) and overquoting Elf for the whole month of December (hey, Francisco IS fun to say! ;)). Truth be told, the jeans don’t hit the market until the spring, but we still think it’s the perfect addition to a Christmas list. Anyone else think it’s time to bring the IOU back? (And while you wait, you can check out this article I’m currently loving comparing classic American jeans and classic American cars – I might have a super nerdy addiction to things like American Pickers.)

We know we’re a little biased, but we’re not the only ones who think S2 jeans are great. They were also featured in the December issue of Carolina Parent! In case you’ve forgotten, S2 jeans is a new enterprise started by David Jackson, designed with the purpose of giving back to Haiti through donating a portion of the sales. You can read more about it here. We’re really excited to see the new brand getting such great local coverage, and we’re sure they’ll get even more great recognition when the product officially hits markets.

So, this year, avoid the lines & stock up on some great new jeans. After all, you don’t want to be a cottonheaded ninnymuggins (ok, ok, we’re sorry!).

(P.S. If you’d like a PDF copy of the article, leave us a comment with your e-mail address, and we’ll pass it along!)

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