UMBRE Launches On KickStarter

UMBRE has just launched on KickStarter. They have brought on Funded Today to help bring their product to a wider audience and increase pledges for the duration of the campaign.

Gilbert, United States - March 20, 2019 /FundedToday/ —

About UMBRE

UMBRE is a heavy-duty backpack with a hands-free umbrella. UMBRE is revolutionizing the backpack and umbrella industry by combining them together in a durable, all-inclusive pack. An insulated drink compartment, sunglasses pocket and smart device pockets make this bag perfect for any activity that you might need a pack for. From hiking to vacations to sporting events, this is a great additional to your gear.

Pricing and Availability

UMBRE are available to back now on KickStarter. They are hopeful to see an increase in pledges with the help of Funded Today and their team. Once the campaign ends, the products are set to produce and ship to all backers by October 2019. The starting price for one umbrella is $89 USD.

To learn more about UMBRE or to back the campaign, visit their page https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/426877081/umbre

Contact Info:
Name: Samantha Adams
Organization: Funded Today
Website: http://funded.today

Video URL: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/426877081/umbre

Source URL: https://marketersmedia.com/umbre-launches-on-kickstarter/494305

Source: FundedToday

Release ID: 494305

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