Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 18, 2014
Rapper Tyga has partnered with Flex Watches, and as of this past year is now a co-owner of the sports watches company that is dedicated to their mission of fighting hunger in Mexico. Their motto is every accessory purchase gives back to a great cause. Tyga, whose name stands for “Thank you God always,” was really driven to joining the company’s cause and launching a personal collection to help raise awareness for the Rojo Gomez community. See the full story at:
This has been an amazing year for Flex Watches and the launch of the Last Kings Egyptian themed flagship store on Melrose Ave. in Los Angeles. Tyga and is a co-owner of Flex Watches; the companies look forward to continuing a successful relationship. Tyga has featured the watches in his recent music videos “Wait for a Minute” featuring Justin Bieber, and his new song “Young Kobe” [album]. The partnership came to be in October 2013, following collaboration with Last Kings that Tyga and Flex Watches were working on. Tyga warmed by Flex’s mission, saw similarities within his own brand’s goals and decided to partner with Flex Watches to take the program to the next level.
Every watch purchased goes to helping feed poor children in the Mexico. Flex Watches and Tyga work closely with the community of Rojo Gomez to help build infrastructure for feeding the orphans and poor families in their community. The company is extremely dedicated to providing funding to help feed the children in the community as well.
The Last Kings sports watches come in a variety of Egyptian-esque styles designed by Tyga, from Hieroglyphics to Pharaoh themes. All in all the Flex Watches sport a fun variety of styles and are quite affordable. The watches start at a cool $29.99 and you can shop watches at the Flex online store.
Tyga recently had a massive event at his Last Kings store in Los Angeles, early November 2014 that Flex was able to be a part of behind the scenes. The music video ended up being a great time, which Tyga invited his fans to meet up at his store and be in the music video for his new release “40 Mill.” The gathering ended up causing a bit of a stir with the Los Angeles law enforcement that came and dispersed the crowd. Fortunately there were no conflicts. http://www.flexwatches.com/collections/last-kings
About Flex Watches: Flex Watches was started in 2011 by two friends Trevor Jones and Travis Lubinsky with one goal in mind, people helping people. They began the company with several different charities that they correlated different watches colors to match each organization. In 2013 Flex Watches partnered with the rapper Tyga and started the Last Kings watch collection, which today is featured in stores nationwide. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram: @flexwatches