In the 1930's and 40's during World War II, factories and other male-led workforce industries suffered, and we needed women to step into the workplace to keep the economy going. Rosie the Riveter became a symbol of this movement, and renewed a sense of hope world round. Now the 2020's has the Coronavirus pandemic, and the among those hit the hardest are the service industry workers.
Sunny D the Barber is shown here in a mask and gloves to symbolize those bravely returning to work after a global shutdown. She offers the same type of hope for the global economy and for all of us eagerly awaiting a return to normalcy.
$1 of every Sunny D the Barber product sold will be donated to the Gates Foundation to help fund the cure of Covid-19 and any other disease that threatens to knock us back.
We got this!
This can holder keeps your drinks cool and refreshing in the hottest days of the year. Anti-slip surface with smooth metal finish.
.: Stainless steel
.: Fits 12 Oz can or bottle
.: Removable plastic lid with rubber overlay
We Got This! Sunny D the Barber Fundraiser KOOZIE Can Holder