By Allison Watkinson
Operation: Hat Trick is teaming up with healthcare product manufacturer Dukal for a line of licensed bandages to support war veterans.
Founded in 2007 by Dot Sheehan, Operation: Hat Trick is an American non-profit organization dedicated to providing support to wounded veterans through the sale of branded merchandise and products. Since 2014, OHT has raised and donated more than 3 million dollars to various veterans’ organizations across 30 states.
“Dukal, LLC is proud to partner with Operation Hat Trick and all that it does to support wounded service members, veterans and the organizations that seek to serve them,” said Steve Gottsegen, Vice President of First Aid at Dukal.
Dukal, LLC is an industry leader in the development and manufacturing of medical products, dental products, and personal care products. Founded in 1991, the company is known for partnering with healthcare professionals to develop solutions to underrepresented clinical needs.
The line of Operation: Hat Trick adhesive bandages by Dukal feature a camouflage design, a long-lasting adhesive, and an easy-to-open Stat Strip wrapper for clean application.
In addition, a portion of the proceeds from every purchase of the co-branded bandages will be given to Operation: Hat Trick to support injured military veterans.
The licensed line of adhesive bandages will be available for purchase through a variety of retailers including Amazon.
“We are thrilled that our special line of bandages will launch on Amazon, helping to spread awareness of our mission at Operation: Hat Trick to help service members recover from both the visible and invisible wounds of war,” said Dot Sheehan, Founder of Operation: Hat Trick.
The deal between Operation: Hat Trick and Dukal was initiated by Universal Branding & Media. Universal Branding & Media is a licensing acquisition and consultation specialist that focuses on developing successful partnerships between licensors and licensees.