• Rotary Lunch Meeting - Special with founders of Johns Crazy Socks - all welcome

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    Name: Rotary Lunch Meeting - Special with founders of Johns Crazy Socks - all welcome
    Date: December 12, 2018
    Time: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST
    Event Description:
    Johns Crazy Socks - As featured on Shark Tank, and made famous by the late George Bush #41




    The Story of John’s Crazy Socks

    John’s Crazy Socks is a father-son venture inspired by co-founder John Lee Cronin, a young man with Down syndrome. John’s affinity for crazy socks paired with his love of making people smile made our mission clear: we want to spread happiness.

    We have a social mission and a retail mission, and they are indivisible. We want to show what is possible when you give someone a chance. Every day, we demonstrate what people with intellectual disabilities can do. And we believe in giving back: we donate 5 percent of our earnings to the Special Olympics as they’ve played a vital role in John’s development. We continue to expand our charity partners by offering and creating socks with specific “awareness” themes, such as our Autism Awareness Socks and Down Syndrome Awareness Socks.

    We match our social mission with a commitment to be a great sock store. We have socks you can love with the widest array of fun, unique and beautifully designed socks that let you express your passion and personality. And we deliver those socks with fast, personal service. We provide same-day shipping and every package includes a hand-written thank you note from John and some candy.  

    We love what we do. We hope you love our socks and that your experience with John’s Crazy Socks brings you happiness.  

    John Lee Cronin and Mark X. Cronin

    Palmers Grill
    Address123 Fulton St, Farmingdale, NY 11735
    Date/Time Information:
    12:00 start
    Contact Information:
    Kevin --516-317-1131
    $20 for Lunch - all are welcome but please RSVP
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