Last week, EcoVessel announced the launch of their new Retail Partnership Program to help support struggling retailers in the wake of COVID-19. Now the Boulder-based drinkware company has taken their efforts a step further to invite non-profit organizations to apply to the profit-sharing program as well.
The new program offers retailers and non-profits a 30% revenue share of all sales generated through their efforts. Each retailer or non-profit will receive a unique referral link to share and track their sales. They can share the link through email marketing programs or on their social media platforms. All independent retailers and nonprofits can apply to participate in the program.
“COVID-19 has had an unprecedented effect on the world and has most of us concerned about the health and financial impact of our friends and families. In addition to supporting our retail partners through this difficult time, we’d like to open this program up to non-profits as well. said EcoVessel CEO, Jon Fox. “Through discussions with our non-profit partners, we realize that their donations are drying up and that they need some extra support right now too. We remain committed to giving back and supporting non-profits who continue to shape our industry through their good work.”
Retailers and non-profits can apply to join the Partnership Program here: https://ecov.refersion.com.
EcoVessel creates premium hydration bottles, mugs, and tumblers that blend style and performance with a mission to reduce single-use plastics. Their products are designed with industry leading TriMax® Triple Insulation and can be found in over 20 countries. EcoVessel is committed to sustainability and is a proud member of 1% for the Planet that donates 5% of online sales to various environmental charities. Learn more at www.ecovessel.com