Valiant Watches and The All-American Rejects' lead singer Tyson Ritter launched a partnership campaign this week in support of Ritter's charity Don't Hate on Haiti, along with a touching video about the campaign. Twenty-five percent of proceeds from sales of Valiant's featured BE.REAL Watch, as well as from sales using promotional code DHOH, will be donated to the organization, which is dedicated to bringing clean and safe drinking water to remote communities in Haiti.
"I'm so fortunate to have Valiant Watches partner with me to keep up awareness for those doing without in Haiti," said Ritter, who confirms that 100% of donated funds go directly to building clean water projects for the people of Haiti. Every $5,000 raised translates into a clean water well built in Haiti. In addition to supporting DHOH, Valiant customers who purchase the featured watch or use the promo code will be entered for a chance to win a guitar signed by The All-American Rejects.
"Valiant is honored to be partnering with Tyson Ritter to benefit Don't Hate on Haiti," said co-founder Tracy Franco. "Our hope is to give support to those who need it most."
Valiant Watches feature five fully interchangeable parts that are available in 15 colors, allowing customers to create a uniquely personal fashion piece. The watches are available in two sizes, 52mm and 40mm, and are water-resistant up to 5 ATM. The BE.REAL watch designed for the partnership with Ritter features Haiti's national colors of blue, red and black with a white band.
This exciting new partnership maintains Valiant's commitment to giving back to society and building an active, supportive social community. The Los Angeles–based brand launched in 2011 with the goal of offering a uniquely fashionable product while supporting inspiring charities, ideas and teams.
Visit www.valiantwatches.com to purchase the featured BE.REAL watch or to create your own. Enter code DHOH at checkout to support Don't Hate on Haiti and enter to win the signed guitar. For more information about Don't Hate on Haiti, visit www.donthateonhaiti.org. For more on The All-American Rejects, visit their official site at allamericanrejects.com. Their new album Kids In the Street is out now on iTunes.