Welcome to the LitJackets Giveaway. (arv $139.99).
One winner will receive 1 LitJacket.
This giveaway is open to the US Only, ages 18 years old and over.
It will go from 11.8-11.20 11:59 pm est
The winner will have 24 hours to respond to the winner notification email.
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Back Story from the Creator of LitJackets:
My wife and I got married in December 2015 and I was looking for something crazy to wear to match my outgoing personality and the magnitude of the occasion for me. Not finding anything spectacular (that I would/could wear), I came up with the idea of the LitJackets (talk about not being traditional!) for what my brothers and I were going to wear to the pre-party (wife wasn’t super thrilled – at the time :P). I bought all sorts of components from Amazon, flew to India (for the wedding) and sitting in a tiny 1-cow town, created the first versions of what are now LitJackets! They were the talk of the party and were instrumental in bridging the initial awkwardness between me and my wife’s friends. Having seen all sorts of randomness on Shark Tank, I thought – why not combine my engineering background and my Carnegie Mellon MBA and give this a shot? Since it’s summer and it’s time to party, we’re finally going live with our introductory #DoYou Campaign, encouraging people to be themselves. We’re also launching our free LitJacket giveaway, by accepting emails on our site, starting Tuesday, August 8th.
Sure there are other guys that make fun suits (opposuits.com). However, the patterned suits don’t really work for when it’s actually time to party (once it’s dark). Our LitJackets are the cornerstone for social interaction, fun anytime day or night, have been designed to seamlessly allow the wearer to do the things they do when they usually go out, and can simply be turned off and look like a completely regular jacket at the tap of a button, making us pretty versatile.
For whom? Why? How?
When 15–29 year-olds go out in groups, we address their need to stick out from the crowd- wanting to be trendsetters, while also trying to be themselves. More importantly, we address their need to form unique expression with ordinary things, while being comfortable in who they are. This digitally social generation receives validation through sharing their life’s experiences, but face the challenge of finding new experiences in old environments. With too many people trying the same thing, how do you, be ‘you’? LitJackets instantly set you apart from the crowd, if you want, or bring you right back if you’re not feeling it, which is why we’d love you to #DoYou. LitJackets are the distraction conversation starter that no one ever had, whether you’d like that special someone to notice you or be the center of attention wherever you go.
We’re based out of Portland, Oregon and have tied in our Portland heritage in our marketing:
- We shot the dance video on Tilikum Bridge with stunning drone views of the city’s night skyline.
- The skate video was made in a local skate park in Clackamas with local kids from around the block.
- The parkour video, shot as a throwback to 8-bit video games, has local kids jumping over obstacles and running through the streets of downtown.
- Our sentimental video has breathtaking drone views of Portland’s gorgeous Forest Park area.
- Even all the music we used was created by local upcoming artists.