Get Your Fix With the Skullcandy Supermodel Crew
PARK CITY, Utah, Aug. 28, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Skullcandy, Inc. (Nasdaq:SKUL), a high-growth performance lifestyle audio brand, today revealed the Supermodel Crew in its entirety. Earlier this summer, Skullcandy introduced the first face in their lineup, Sports Illustrated "it girl" Kate Upton, who is joined by model and Twitter favorite Chrissy Teigen and two of high fashion's greats, Jessica Stam and Chanel Iman.
Fans can expect exclusive access to the four ladies in the form of original content, advertising, social media and more. Skullcandy will air "Model Monday" across its digital platforms throughout the month of September. The first series of Supermodel videos featuring Chrissy, Jessica and Chanel kicks off with the ladies designing their own custom Aviator headphones.
"We are very excited to reveal our full Supermodel lineup," said Nate Morley, VP Marketing and Creative, Skullcandy. "We have collaborated with some of the world's greatest athletes and artists, and today we're happy to officially add Kate, Chrissy, Jessica and Chanel to our roster of ambassadors."
For more information about the Skullcandy Supermodel Crew visit: http://www.skullcandy.com/models/
About Skullcandy, Inc.
Skullcandy became one of the world's most distinct audio brands by bringing color, character and performance to an otherwise monochromatic space; helping revolutionize the audio arena by introducing headphones, earbuds and other audio and wireless lifestyle products that possess unmistakable style and exceptional performance. From the award-winning, optic-inspired Roc Nation Aviator headphones to the evolutionary fitting FIX earbuds and a roster of some of the world's finest athletes, musicians and artists, Skullcandy continues to redefine world-class audio performance and style. Visit skullcandy.com or join us at facebook.com/skullcandy or on Twitter @skullcandy.
CONTACT: Consumer Media: Leland Drummond 646-490-2945 Leland@azionepr.com
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