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QuikFit Launch Party hosted at American Legion Hall Post 694

A new fashion-tech company in New York is launching their BETA App at a launch party on December 16th at the Northport American Legion hall in Long Island.

The Northport American Legion Hall will be hosting a launch party for an upcoming Tech app called QuickFit. There will be music, food and drink, and free product samples. Sponsorship opportunities are available with many different levels to choose from.

A new fashion-tech company in New York is launching their BETA App at a launch party on December 16th at the Northport American Legion hall in Long Island. The event will have live DJs, catered food by Blue Line Deli, as well as a raffle for a chance to win prizes! This event is open to both members of the public and sponsors looking for exposure or partnership with this growing startup.

QuickFit LLC has created an app that allows users to find clothing according to body type, style preferences and more. The app will be available for download on December 16th. This launch party is the first of many event opportunities that QuickFit has planned in order to introduce themselves to both potential retail partners and consumers.

Sponsorships are available for clothing and fashion brands that would like more exposure to the community at large and to the new users of the QuikFit App. Sponsorships at each of four different levels offer varying degrees of exposure, and the team would love to connect about the right level for any company or brand interested.

Sponsorship opportunities include:

— Logo on T-shirts given away to guests

— Prominent logo placement on event signage

— Logo included on social media posts

— Logo included on press releases

Logo on website as sponsor

For more information, contact:

Sarah Holzberg at sarah@quikfit.com or 516-724-7462. Confidentiality is assured.

https://www.quikfitapp.com/quikfit-launch-party-sponsors

About QuickFit LLC:

QuikFIt LLC is a fashion-tech company that wants to make getting dressed in the morning easier, less expensive and more fun. The app does this by allowing users to enter information about themselves, style preferences, etc., which are used to determine what clothing will most likely wear well.

This eliminates wasted shopping trips, and all the possible returns/complaints that go with them. It also provides an opportunity to discover new brands previously unknown.

Finally, it allows for community input so users can see what other people like them are buying, wearing and liking. Since the app is based on science (the styles are scientifically proven to look good on each body type), it can be used by anyone, anywhere in the world.

The company is still very young, and the team assembled is driven to create the best possible experience for users through this new fashion tech app. The founders are a mix of fashion and tech experts and saw a need to increase the availability of fashion to the end user without all the hassle of figuring out what fits best, what styles may or may not match and in general what they should be wearing in the regions they live in.

Sarah Holzberg, CEO said recently, “This app will change the way anyone shops online for their next outfits. Whether piece by piece or total ensemble. It will take a lot of the frustration out of the shopping experience by having an AI help them through the fashion selection process.”

Link to Sponsorship page:

https://www.quikfitapp.com/quikfit-launch-party-sponsors

Contact Info:
Name: Sarah Holzberg
Email: Send Email
Organization: QuikFit LLC
Address: 220 Hidden Ponds Circle, Smithtown, New York 11787, United States
Phone: +1-516-724-7462
Website: https://www.quikfitapp.com

Release ID: 89049094

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