‘Nice Brand Clothing’ Making A Difference In The Community

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CHERRY HILL, NJ- Christian Crosby, founder of Nice Brand clothing, believes being nice benefits the community.

“I think the message is so simple that everyone can relate to it. I really believe everyone has a nice guy inside of them,” Christian Crosby said.

Nice Brand clothes can be purchased at NiceBrandClothing.com or in Cherry Hill, New Jersey at Kicks Kafe and will donate twenty percent of the proceeds to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. This past year Nice Brand was able to make around ten thousand dollars and are donating two thousand dollars to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

The donations from Nice Brand customers will help cover costs insurance does not cover.

“The funds will help to go pay for arts and crafts supplies and games. Things that can be wheeled in to patients' bedsides to enable them to still play and be kids while they are in the hospital. We will leave it up to our childhood life department to figure out how to best use the funds and what materials they need to purchase with it.” said Robin Valentino, Director of Retail Cause Marketing at CHOP.

Nice Brand has received support from local celebrities such as Mayor Michael Nutter, Mo’ne Davis and others.

“I definitely see this brand growing and eventually maybe even being its own store and its own entity. In the meantime we are looking for more partners who are willing to put our brand in stores and get the good word out,” Christian Crosby said.

You can follow Nice Brand on Twitter here: Nice Brand

By: David Grzybowski/ PHL17

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