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Trumaker & Co. teams up with nonprofit in Hollywood

By Sara Ehlers

May 13, 2015

Trumaker & Co., SF-based menswear brand, heads to host pop-up in Los Angeles this Thursday, 14 May. The pop-up will be hosted at Ball & Chain restaurant in Hollywood off of Cahuenga Blvd.

The Cali-brand is hosting their shopping venture in order to offer their customers an intimate fitting session of the label. The retailer combines shopping with a dining experience by offering guests a chance to relax with a food and a brew. On top of combining a cultural experience for the label, Trumaker is encouraging customers to bring in previously owned close to donate to Chrysalis, a homeless aid organization. Guests who come with a donation will be awarded a 10 dollar credit towards a future Trumaker purchase.

Trumaker & Co., founded in 2007, started their made-to-measure brand in order to make various clothing convenient and accessible for the average, stylish man. Combining today’s technology with innovative ideas, the brand works with “Outfitters” who serve as local guides for their customers. The Outfitters network includes men and women throughout the country that give clients personable attention while meeting their menswear clothing needs. Last year, it was reported on Techcrunch that the start-up company closed on 6.5 million dollars to scale its service nationwide. Chief executive officer Mark Lovas runs the company which currently has Outfitters in major cities such as San Francisco, Chicago, and Los Angeles.

Chrysalis is a nonprofit that helps provide necessary resources to homeless and low-income individuals. The organization, founded in 1984, formed from founder John Dillon's vision of assisting those on Skid Row. The nonprofit operates in three areas of SoCal including downtown Los Angeles, Santa Monica, and Pacoima.