GREENSBORO, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Legwear manufacturer Kayser-Roth Corporation is donating more than 60,000 pairs of No nonsense® socks to The Salvation Army’s Hurricane Harvey relief effort.
Kayser-Roth will ship the socks to The Salvation Army’s Arlington, Texas warehouse where they will be staged for distribution to affected South Texas communities.
“With Hurricane Irma heading for the United States, charities still need help with relief efforts for Hurricane Harvey,” said Kevin Toomey, Kayser-Roth CEO. “We’re happy we can help with the basic need for new socks. Kayser-Roth and its employees hope this brings a little comfort to victims of the flooding.”
About Kayser-Roth Corporation
Known for fresh, on-trend ideas and products, Kayser-Roth is one of the legwear industry’s most innovative companies. Its consumer-focused approach to product development, merchandising and marketing has made Kayser-Roth a leader in legwear, leggings and sleepwear in all classes of trade. Kayser-Roth’s owned brands include No nonsense, HUE, and it also distributes Calvin Klein Hosiery and Simply Vera legwear.
Kayser-Roth is owned by the Golden Lady Company S.P.A., which operates more than 500 Goldenpoint specialty stores throughout Europe. Golden Lady designs and produces sleepwear, women’s hosiery, underwear and swimwear. Brands include Philippe Matignon, SiSi and Golden Lady.