Serengetee (Part II)

August 16

I have already gone into detail in my other post “Serengetee” about this brand’s mission and history as well as my story of joining the company as a brand ambassador so I just wanted to give you a little update on what I am doing now.

My term as a campus brand ambassador has sadly ended. I was going to apply to be a leader for this next semester but I felt that studying abroad might make this job more difficult and when I begin something, I want to give it my all. However, I might apply to be a leader in the spring semester so we’ll see! So when you’re a campus ambassador, you are given challenges to complete and by completing these tasks, you are rewarding with points that you can redeem at the end of the semester. I had a good amount of points added up so I decided to get some stickers and a random pack of two shirts.

I text Emily asking if she wanted to meet up and shoot one of the shirts along with the blue plane hat I have had hanging in my closet. We meet up at Woodward park and took a few photos that turned out great! The fact that I get to partner with such an amazing brand makes modeling for them easy and fun. Be sure to check out their website and get yourself some Serengetee apparel! https://www.serengetee.com

 

Make sure to use the code “KDavis15” at checkout for 15% off your order!

(Pictured above is the “Plane Cap” – https://www.serengetee.com/plane-cap/)

(Pictured above is the “Atalaya Pocket” in white (size small) where proceeds go to supporting Pencils Of Promise, which builds schools and fosters education around the world through a sustainable development method that maximizes impact –  https://www.serengetee.com/pockets/atalaya-pocket/#!/crews )

Photographer: Emily Hinch

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