Handmade Travel Goods Purveyor, RambleGood, Launches Online Shop
Industry: Travel Products
At the intersection of art, travel, and doing good in the world, RambleGood’s online shop of handmade travel goods is now live.
Seattle, Washington (PRUnderground) April 20th, 2015
RambleGood, a Seattle-based start-up crafting handmade travel goods, launched its online shop on April 20, 2015. Founded by Adina Marguerite and Ezekiel Anderson Pease, RambleGood’s limited edition collections are hand sewn in their Seattle, Washington studio. The fabric for each collection is custom designed in-house with Adina Marguerite’s original watercolor paintings.
Distinguishing itself at the intersection of art, travel, and doing good in the world, RambleGood’s collections are designed to support and raise awareness for non-profits doing good work around the world.
The 2015 Launch Collection designs are based off the RambleGood logo and signature blue color. Included in the four-piece collection are a versatile jersey fabric tube known as a head sock, an infinity scarf, and two different sizes of drawstring bags – small and large. Each product was created out of a need for simple, washable, and durable travel gear, which also gives back. For each Launch Collection piece purchased, $1 will be donated to support the Institute for International Education (IIE) in their mission to advance international education and access to education worldwide.
RambleGood is a purveyor of handmade travel goods with a cause. Our limited edition collections are hand sewn with custom designed fabric in Seattle, Washington. Each collection is designed to support and raise awareness for a specific non-profit doing good work around the world. Contact Founder, Adina Marguerite Pease, at firstname.lastname@example.org, (650) 793-0798, or visit our website at www.ramblegood.com.