Tip Jar Masks Launches Website to Aid Foodservice Industry

Tip Jar Masks, LLC announced today the launch of www.tipjarmasks.com, a website with a dual-purpose - to provide access to cloth masks for purchase by the general public, while also donating $3 of each sale into select virtual tip jars to aid furloughed employees of the food service and hospitality industry, one of the hardest hit job sectors during the COVID-19 shutdown. One of the virtual tip jars they've selected, is the Charleston-based one created by Holy City Sinner.

When worn properly, Tip Jar Masks prevent dust, droplets, and other bacteria from entering or exiting through the nose and mouth, while also reducing mindless face touching.

Made in North America and shipped from the U.S., these doubled-layered masks are made from 100% cotton, or a cotton/polyester blend. They are machine washable in cold water and available in adult and youth sizes. There are currently more than 15 designs to choose from to match every personality.

Features and benefits of purchasing Tip Jar masks include:

  • Variety of prints and designs for individual and wholesale, or for orders 50+ pieces customized masks for your employees or for your customers
  • Three dollars of each sale will be donated to select virtual tip jars and hospitality industry non-profits for distribution to restaurant workers and bartenders
  • All masks are machine washable in cold water
  • Made in North America and shipped from the U.S for fast shipping

“Tip Jar Masks is creating “buzz” in the foodservice and hospitality industry across New Jersey, Philadelphia, Boston, Texas and South Carolina," said co-founder Ted Kaiser. "Each day, new crowdfunding groups and non-profits contact us for more information about establishing a partnership for this worthy cause. Our consumers are loving the selection of prints, designs and that we ship from the U.S. so orders are delivered within a few days,”

For more information on Tip Jar Masks, visit www.tipjarmasks.com.

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