Cloth face masks are being mandated in public locations and Disney wants you to know that they have you covered….literally.
Disney characters are a great way to put a smile on anyone’s face. Once we stop to think about our favorite movies and songs, it’s like all of our other problems start to fade away. Now, the company has decided to step up to the plate and assist us with a much more important issue. Cloth face masks are being mandated in public locations and Disney wants you to know that they have you covered….literally.
There are over a dozen designs, giving you ample opportunity to choose from all of the characters that you know and love. Whether you’re a Pixar guy or a Mickey and Minnie lover, the options are endless. You are sure to find the mask that works best for your needs. If you are looking for a bit more variety, do not worry. These masks actually come in bundles of four.
The Mickey and Minnie pack is sure to be popular and there is also a princess pack, of course. Baby Yoda fans are sure to love the Star Wars pack and Marvel fans are also being catered to. The masks come in all sizes so that parents and their children are both able to remain safe during the months and weeks to come.
The masks are already available for pre-order and each four-pack costs just $19.99. They are expected to ship out by the middle of June. You are going to want to put in your order right now, that is for sure. Those of us who are tired of the typical, boring masks are going to want to jump on these before it is too late. We bet that they are going to fly off the shelves.
Disney has also taken the time to make sure that they are in compliance with U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations. These masks meet all requirements for non-industrial and non-surgical facial coverings. One million masks are also going to be donated to families and children that reside in disadvantaged communities, in addition to $1 million in profits.
“We realize this is a challenging time for families and wearing any type of mask can be daunting,” says Edward Park in his latest blog post. He is the senior vice president of the Disney Store and shopDisney. “Our hope is that Disney’s cloth masks featuring some of our most beloved characters will provide comfort to the families, fans, and communities that are so important to us,” he went on to say. Kudos to Disney for spreading some much-needed joy and giving back to those who are in need during these trying times.SKM: below-content placeholder