Drump.WTF, a Purpose-Driven Anti-Trump Retail Brand, Launches “Freedom Flops” on Drumpf.WTF & Amazon.com
New York, NY (STL.News) Drumpf.WTF, a socially conscious online retailer that focuses on designing and distributing anti-Trump products with a portion of proceeds donated to nonprofits that are working against President Trump’s fraudulent and divisive policies, this week launched a new product, Freedom Flops, available online and within the Amazon Store.
“Since the November 2016 election outcome, we have been working hard to develop products that provide a unique voice to those working against Trump’s dangerous and policies, that are an affront to our liberties and the equality we strive for as a country,” said Neal Wagner, Founder and Business Owner of Drumpf.WTF. “Much like our president, we’re happy to slap on our name on pretty much anything. We’re proud to announce 10% of our profits go to anti-Trump causes, like Planned Parenthood and The Trevor Project.”
Freedom Flops are identified by an orange woven label on each flip flop, and the word FLIP embossed on the left sandal, with the word FLOP embossed on the right. The flops are designed for both men and women, using cisgender men’s sizes as reference points for fitting online. The flops are made with top-grain leather, featuring a comfort midsole with built-in arch support adhered to a non-slip rubber sole.
Drumpf.WTF donates 10% of all profits to the Drumpf Fund, a hand-picked group of nonprofit organizations that fight for civil rights and equal opportunity for all Americans in the face of Donald Trumps’ dangerous policies.
“We believe in creating useful products for our consumers that are also socially conscious, contributing to a greater cause every time an item is purchased,” said Wagner. “We’re stronger together than we are apart, which is why we’re encouraging everyone to consider wearing Freedom Flops this spring and summer season.”
Drumpf.WTF offers full refunds to any consumer not satisfied with their purchased product.
To view the Drumpf.WTF Freedom Flops posting on Amazon.com, click here.
To learn more about the Drumpf.WTF brand, visit: https://www.drumpf.wtf/.