Music City Rising- Nashville Flood Relief

We love old and new technology collaborations especially when they’re for a great cause. Nashville-based Griffin Technologies and Hatch Show Print teamed up to create some exclusive iPhone cases and prints with 100% of proceeds goes to the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s Flood Relief Fund. The Griffin blog has more info on the project and here’s a great Flickr set of process pics. Limited edition runs of 250 of both the poster and the iPod case are FOR SALE HERE so get yours now while supplies last.

According to Brad Vetter at Hatch, there was a huge outpouring of support during the flooding with both friends and strangers calling and offering support. Fortunately, they made it through the disaster relatively unscathed but not everyone was so lucky. Here’s a chance to help some people out and get what must be the first-ever letterpress printed iPhone case. Or you could go the traditional route and get the poster. Either way, it’s the right thing to do.

(Thanks, Adrienne.)

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One Response to “Music City Rising- Nashville Flood Relief”

  1. Dave Delaney says:

    Thanks for the post Jason! We appreciate your support.
    Nashville still has much healing to do, we’re excited that we will have raised $37,500 for flood relief when all of the cases and posters have sold.

    Cheers,
    Dave

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