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Flex Watches - Charity in Style
« on: October 28, 2011, 12:46:35 am »
Not sure if this is aloud, to promote a product that is, and if it's not just let me know and delete the thread.

I introduce to you guys Flex Watches

What are Flex Watches?
What is Flex Watches all about?

The Flex Watch is a symbol of a vibrant, active life. It was created to inspire change and will change the industry itself; the Flex is not just a watch, it's a brand that represents the lifestyle we aspire to lead. The 10-10-10 standard was inspired by a group of individuals hoping to raise awareness through unique colorful products. Our watches embody creativity without sacrificing what is most important: the people.   

What are we doing for the charities?

Here at Flex Watches our primary goal is to raise awareness for the 10 charities teamed up with us. From local events to nationwide campaigns, and from campus reps to local businesses, Flex Watches is The Original Charity Watch. In addition, we donate ten percent of our net profits to be distributed evenly to each participating charity.

How can you help?

By wearing your Flex Watch, you are already starting to raise awareness for the organization linked to the color. The hope here at flex watches is that you will share the story of the charity that represents the color of your watch. Additionally, on each of the charity profile pages theres a donate button that links to their website. Find out more about what they do by click through and reading about these awesome organizations.

There are 10 colors of watches, each representing it's own charity.

As you can tell the watch itself (the face of the watch) is red, along with the band that is attached around your wrist. Wanna mix up the colors? Go for it.
FLEX Watches: "How-To Guide"

These watches sell for only $30 for the watch face and and the band. And if you want to buy just a band of any color it's only $15.  However, currently you cannot mix and match with your first order, so if you wanted a yellow band with a white face you would have to buy the $30 watch and band, plus buy the $15 yellow band. But it's all good, because 10% of the profits go towards the charities.

If you do decide to order a watch, or several, please use my name, Mason Evans, as a referral.  I am a campus rep up at Kansas State University but I don't feel like I should just promote at my school. What do I get if you use me as a referral? For every 5 referrals I get to choose a charity of my choice for Flex Watches to donate $5 to, and I receive a free watch. So please use me as a referral, if you don't though it won't be the end of the world.

If anyone has any questions about any of this just let me know.

Charities Represented:
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