Breaking! Peace 4 Animals Teams With Jeans Company Kut From The Kloth On New Campaign To Help Save Africa’s Big 5

Contemporary lifestyle brand, Kut from the Kloth, has partnered with non-profit Peace 4 Animals to launch TRY5;  a free, innovative, no-hassle, denim on demand service created for today’s busy and sophisticated woman.

Kut from the Kloth’s TRY5 supports Peace 4 Animals on-going efforts to save Africa’s “big five”; lions, leopards, rhinoceros, elephants, and Cape buffalo from extinction in the wild.

“We are proud to support Peace 4 Animals by helping bring awareness to the harm these animals face, and support Katie Cleary in all her efforts. Katie brings much-needed attention to this important cause. She loves the Kut from the Kloth style and fit so for us, it’s a perfect match,” stated Jonathan Greenberg, President of Kut from the Kloth.

“We greatly appreciate Kut from the Kloth’s support in our efforts to help save these iconic animals from extinction and advocate for an end to ‘trophy’ hunting and poaching,” said Katie Cleary, founder of Peace 4 Animals and its breaking animal news network, World Animal News. “It is imperative to raise awareness through creative partnerships with such forward-thinking companies as Kut from the Kloth. It allows us to share the plight of the “Big 5” in Africa and spread awareness beyond our animal welfare community.”

With the debut of the all-new TRY5 denim on demand service, Kut from the Kloth makes trying and buying your favorite denim easier than ever. With TRY5, you pick any five jeans from the website for free to try in the comfort of your own home, and simply send back the pairs you don’t love within seven days… only then is your credit card charged for the ones you like. There is no subscription and no fees.

We hope that this new partnership between Peace 4 Animals and Kut From The Kloth can be the future of fashion, shopping for a cause while creating awareness to help save our planet at the same time.

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