On March 24th JUNK released our first wave of Social Distancing headbands with all profits made being donated back to the Feeding America COVID-19 Response Fund. We're proud to announce that in 37 days enough Social Distancing headbands were sold to purchase a total of 501,040 meals for Feeding America!
The whole team at JUNK will never be able to fully express our gratitude for all of the hard work every essential employee has put in during the COVID-19 Pandemic, but we're still going to try. Watch our appreciation video here and share to say thank you to all the essential workers out there!
There are ten designs in the line, and each is available in either the Big Bang Lite (fitted) or the Flex Tie headband style.
The headbands we’ve designed for this collection are meant to be light-hearted, but it has to be remembered that COVID-19 and the food insecurity that many Americans will have to live with during the pandemic are not. Which is why JUNK Brands is donating all profits made back to Feeding America, in order to help fight hunger while COVID-19 sweeps the nation.
“As we weather this world-wide crisis together, we are all looking for ways to give back and help one another. JUNK has always developed products that promote wellness and healthy behaviors in a silly way,” says Craig Lile, President of JUNK Brands. “Now, more than ever, it’s important that we develop small reminders to keep one another safe and spread smiles through the darkness. We felt like this is was the best way for JUNK to do just that.”
JUNK’s Pro Sport Jersey fabric is a professional grade jersey material designed to stay comfortable while keeping you cool.
JUNK is one of the country’s fastest-growing companies. We are a Northwest Arkansas based headband company specializing in the designing, manufacturing, and distribution of amazing headbands through a complete omnichannel work environment.
At JUNK we live in a culture of empowerment. Empowerment of the brand, product, customer, and employees. We accomplish this by demanding excellence and overcoming conventional thinking. We truly believe JUNK is exactly what you need to get that step closer to your ultimate goal.
Lacie Hewlett is a Paramedic and Firefighter of 13 years. We talked with Lacie to find out what it's like to work in such a physically demanding and dangerous job. Read the interview and find learn how Lacie stays in shape, deals with the challenges of the job and what advice he has for other women who want to become firefighters.
What is a typical day for a full time ballet dancer? Zoe Womack spent her summer working at JUNK Brands HQ helping customers. As she returns to her full time ballet training this fall we get a behind the scenes peek at her daily routine. Find out when she trains, what she eats for fuel and how she recovers from the grueling dance training.
There is no doubt that the Coronavirus pandemic has had an impact on almost
every person. Here at JUNK we jumped into action by producing masks for our
healthcare professionals and starting a fundraiser to benefit Feeding America.
We also implemented strong protocols to protect our staff, long before it was
required by authorities.
Due to these efforts and very high demand we are currently experiencing much
longer processing and shipping times than we are accustomed to. We are open,
working hard, and going to get every order out as fast as we can.
CURRENT PRODUCTION AND SHIPPING TIME ON NEW ORDERS IS 2-3 WEEKS.
We appreciate everyone, especially those on the front lines, fighting so we
can return to better days.