Just in time for the spooky season, VeeFriends, the entertainment powerhouse crafted by serial entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk and globally recognized footwear giant Crocs, has concocted a special Halloween brew for consumers worldwide.
Inspired by VeeFriends’ eerie Monster Squad lineup – including characters like the mischievous Jolly Jack-O and the charismatic Well-Connected Werewolf – the partnership is set to drop Halloween-themed Jibbitz™ charms. While these characters have previously existed in the virtual realm, their upcoming IRL physical collectibles are bound to delight fans.
“We’re excited to partner with Crocs this Halloween to bring five VeeFriends Halloween-themed characters to both of our communities,” said VeeFriends President Andy Krainak. “This is the first time many of these characters will be available as physical collectibles, and we cannot wait to celebrate ‘Jolly Jocktober’ with Crocs during New York City’s 50th Annual Village Halloween Parade.”
As part of VeeFriends’ Jolly Jocktober celebration, VeeFriends and Crocs are also set to unfurl a specially-designed float at New York City’s 50th Annual Village Halloween Parade, beginning on Oct. 31. The float will display VeeFriends characters alongside Crocs™ shoes in a Halloween-themed setting. During the parade, VeeFriends and Crocs plan to distribute “Trick or Treat” bags showcasing the five Monster Squad Jibbitz™ charm characters containing enclosed items.
The special edition VeeFriends Monster Squad Jibbitz™ charms are priced at $19.99 and go live on shop.veefriends.com beginning on Oct. 19, 2023.
VeeFriends offers a collection of 283 characters designed for a broad audience, emphasizing themes of kindness and positivity. VeeFriends’ collaboration with Crocs, a global footwear brand available in 85 countries, combines the narrative with fun and stylish footwear.
In late September, VeeFriends announced its partnership with toy giant Mattel to bring together two iconic pop-culture characters – Skeletor from the 1980’s TV series, He-Man & Masters of the Universe, and Gary Vee’s Skilled Skeleton.
Editor’s note: This article was written by an nft now staff member in collaboration with OpenAI’s GPT-4.