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Reborn Clothing teams with Videri, Counter Culture for Triangle Bundle

The Triangle Bundle Project features chocolate, coffee and a cute bear.

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RALEIGH, N.C. — A group of Triangle businesses are teaming up for a special bundle featuring locally made products.
Reborn Clothing Co., which transforms old garments into new products, is currently taking pre-orders for the Triangle Bundle Project on its website.
The bundle includes a Videri sea salt dark chocolate bar, a Fullsteam Brewery hat, Counter Culture's limited-release Sanctuary whole beer coffee, Murphy's Naturals Mosquito Repellant candle and a Reborn Clothing Co. "Walter" Teddy Bear. The baskets are $50 and the first 50 bundles ordered will get a special Raleigh Denim Workshop tote for free. Pre-ordering ends on May 3 and bundles will ship on May 11.

"The idea is that we partnered with these brands and put together a bundle for consumers at home to purchase and support these brands until we can get back to doing it in person," Reborn Clothing Co. founder Emily Neville said.

Neville started Reborn Clothing Co. in 2017 when she was a student at N.C. State. The company transforms old garments into laptop cases, blankets, bandanas, travel bags, golf head covers and more.

The company is currently offering a special Reborn T-shirt, with 15 percent of proceeds going to the Carolina Textile District to produce PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) for those on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis.

Hear more from Neville on today's Out and About podcast!


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