Omaha, NE – On December 18 2015, Jesse Ives, President/CEO of newly formed Draebel, Inc. launched a Kickstarter campaign for his company, introducing a new awesome line of products for beard, bath, and body care. Jesse states that the company’s aim is to make something for everyone, while also working diligently to stand out for their ethics.
The ethics concept is so emboldened in the company vision that they are asking for support for not only their product line, but also these fair practice standards as a point of creative work. They’re not just demanding social change through internal policies though, but also putting their profits where their promises are by making a most unconventional public declaration to consistently donate ten percent of all company profits each year. When looking at scandals in business in the news everywhere, a small company fighting for wage equality and better work standards is a breath of fresh air.
While it might sound crazy to think that a company could survive while making such promises, the forward thinking Ives vows that not only is this possible, it is essential to public growth, and hey, it also makes for great business.
“The profits that are held are giving back to the community that helped make it possible for us to earn a living; this, in turn, enriches that same economy that constantly supports our business efforts. We at Draebel believe this cyclical nature of give and take is crucial to the ongoing growth of both commerce and community.” He also states that they’ve run all preliminary calculations and through working with their accounting team, are positive it won’t require the spoon-fed concept of causing inflation through their prices, but simply a very minute downsizing of compensation to company leadership. “I’m perfectly happy in taking a smaller cut from the company’s success if it means that we can help those in need, and do so as a constant standard, rather than a short-hand notion of goodwill just for the sake of press,” said Ives.
While there are many companies flooding the market with beard care products today, there are none with the versatility of Draebel Inc. Not only is this company tackling the boldly bearded market with innovative products, their second specialty lies in bath and body care products. In fact, Draebel is able to honestly boast that they have one of the most effective all-natural deodorants you can find. They make their products in small batches with a blend of six different essential oils that nourish every part of the body, from hair to skin, but also use a custom blend of fragrances designed to stand up to perfume industry juggernauts.
In exchange for pledging to the Draebel Kickstarter project, backers will gain before market access to a variety of rewards including either a stick of deodorant or three lip balms for as little as $8, a 1 oz/30 ml bottle of beard oil for the early bird price of $10 and more! Other options include a pledge of $11 for two sticks of Stache wax (the beginning of it all!!), $20 for a first-run “Weird Beard” t-shirt or $40 for a bottle of Undertow cologne.
While this campaign is well underway, it is scheduled to end on January 15, 2016 and yes, that’s just around the corner. When the campaign is over, gone is the opportunity to offer crucial ground-floor support to an innovative new kind of business (as well as their introductory prices), so don’t hesitate, take a look at Draebel today.
For more information, please visit the Kickstarter page here or contact the creator below.
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Company Name: Draebel, Inc.
Contact Person: Jesse Ives
Country: United States