Seatbrella®Inc. begins offering personalized products for fundraising programs

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Company sees personalized car seat protectors as a unique way to ignite fundraising and brand promotion.

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Seatbrella: A great fundraiser idea.

Seatbrella® Inc., the maker of a car seat protector designed for temporary use by fitness and sports enthusiasts, now offers product personalization. Organizations can have their logo, brand name, event or message added to their order for use in fundraising events and programs.

“Our popular car seat protector can now include your organization’s event, logo or artwork,” says Emily Cooper, marketing director for Seatbrella® Inc. “This makes them a great fundraiser idea and offers an innovative new way for organizations to promote their brand year around.”

The company expects the new logo personalization option to be especially popular with organizations and companies seeking additional ways to motivate employees or promote special events.

“The enduring popularity of custom t-shirts is a prime example,” adds Cooper. “The NASCAR race culture has also popularized brand name promotion on automobiles and automotive accessories, and we think there is great market potential to be tapped into.”

The company’s website notes that Seatbrella® car seat protectors are made to provide convenient, temporary protection for standard sized bucket car seats in all vehicle types. Made of comfortable, durable and washable materials the waterproof seat protectors fold to form a compact storage pouch.

“Whether used after fitness, sports or other active lifestyles to protect seats from grime, sweat or odors—our car seat protector has proven to be a top choice of drivers everywhere,” she says.

The Texas based company markets its car seat protectors exclusively online.

For more information about the company, its products or its no-upfront cost fundraiser programs, visit them online at or phone (972) 224-9375.

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