(code)word Hats Rep’ Your City And Support Your Local Children’s Hospital
If you’re going to offer somebody a way to represent their hometown, why not offer them a way to invest back in it as well? – Nate Montgomery, co-founder of (code)word
Everyone loves to rep their hometown, it makes sense because most of us take pride in where we are from and/or the place we’ve chosen to call home. Thanks to (code)word hats, its easier than ever to show some hometown pride in addition to supporting a valuable part of that community.
(code)word was founded on the concept of giving back to the local community. We have worked tirelessly to create not just a hat, but a way for people to invest back into the communities they call home. We give 30% of profit back to the children’s hospitals that serve each area code.
(code)word was created to give back and in the process, the founders ended up with a design that easily customized to any hometown. The simple yet badass design centers around large felt numbers stitched onto the front of the hat, obviously, these digits represent the area code of select towns and cities. The look doesn’t stop there, on the back of each hat is a word or phrase representing that hometown as determined by the locals. So no cheesy, tourist-driven nickname for the town… just the one you take pride in calling home.
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Thankfully (code)word is growing like crazy so there is a great chance your hometown has a hat for you – to rep your city and support your local children’s hospital.
Here’s a current list of what’s available but know that more cities, area codes, and color options are coming soon:
Everyone wants to rep’ their hometown, even peeps like Eric Decker…
Or Heisman winners, like Mark Ingram…
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Even founder of the Jay Cutler Fan Club, Kristin Cavallari…
So, if you’re looking for a new lid that stands out in the crowd and represents a little bit of who you are – look no further, (code)word has you covered. Hats run about $35 but this week you get 20% off and as always, 30% of profits going to the local children’s hospital.
Buy a hat and support a worthy cause: