New clothing brand `Stryve’ donates 10% of profits to two local charities


Stryve Clothing, a new clothing brand based in Edmonton, has donated 10% of its profits to the Youth Empowerment and Support Services (YESS) and to the Rainbow Society of Alberta.

Stryve, established by 20-year-old Filipino-Canadian and NAIT student Romar Duco, in an FB post promised “to continue to pay this support forward to these charities by making meaningful donations in hopes to leave a positive impact for our community”.

The young clothing company owner thought of having his own business in September 2016 and named it “Stryve” to prove to himself that anything that someone has to strive for, to try it and then back it up with a lot of effort can succeed.

He started serving customers in May 2017 and the products can all be ordered online like hoodies, sweaters, toques and caps.(p.e.n.)


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