Case Study: John’s Crazy Socks Creates Custom Socks for Rangam - Johns Crazy Socks

Case Study: John’s Crazy Socks Creates Custom Socks for Rangam

Case Study: John’s Crazy Socks Creates Custom Socks for Rangam

John’s Crazy Socks has created custom socks for many corporations and not-for-profits – large and small.  Organizations use custom socks to promote their brand, using their logo and signature colors.  They give them to employees, customers, and clients to foster company and brand loyalty.  Custom socks are memorable and unique gifts that help keep your company in the minds of all who wear and see them! 

Rangam, a New Jersey-based workforce solutions company, wanted to create socks that reflected their philosophy that “empathy drives innovation.”  They worked with the John’s Crazy Socks design team to create a design that included the word “Empathy” and some of their unique brand elements.  The result was a beautiful sock that they distributed to their employees throughout the country. 

On May 12, John and Mark Cronin, the founders of John’s Crazy Socks, travelled to Somerset, New Jersey to personally deliver the socks and to meet with the Rangam leadership team.   Rangam and John’s Crazy Socks share a key mission – to create more employment opportunities for individuals with differing abilities.  Both companies know that if you give individuals with differing abilities who are ready, willing, and able to work a chance at meaningful employment, it makes your company more competitive in the marketplace.  As Mark Cronin, the co-founder of John’s Crazy Socks often says, ‘hiring individuals with differing abilities is not altruism, it’s good business.” John's Crazy Socks Visits Rangam HQ

"We love what John's Crazy Socks is doing to showcase the strengths and creativity of people with differing abilities," Rangam CEO and Co-founder Nish Parikh said. "Their empowering mission aligns well with Rangam's core values around diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEI&B) in the workplace.” 

Kevin Sames, an Executive Business Associate at Rangam said, “Wonderful Socks - great working with the team to get a design everyone loved.” 

John’s Crazy Socks Works with Corporations and Not-For-Profit Organizations to Help Them Fulfill Their Missions 

John’s Crazy Socks works with many organizations like Rangam who are looking for unique promotional items to support their business.  They have created custom socks for Voya, EY, Microsoft, Special Olympics, and the National Down Syndrome Society.  They have also created custom socks for smaller organizations like Orthopediatrics, Brother Andre’s Café, and Hope Trust. 

If you would like to learn more or want help creating your own custom socks, we would be glad to help. Just call 631-760-5625 or email us at

About Rangam    

Rangam is a minority-, woman-, and disability-owned workforce solutions company with a mission to promote "Employment for Everyone," including people with disabilities, autism, and neurodivergence, in addition to service veterans. The organization delivers innovative workforce solutions by designing an integrated and inclusive recruiting methodology. Rangam specializes in attracting and retaining talent globally for IT, Engineering, Scientific, Clinical, Healthcare, Administrative, Finance, and Business Professionals categories. 

About John’s Crazy Socks 

John’s Crazy Socks was inspired by John Lee Cronin, a young man with Down syndrome, and his love of colorful and fun socks—what he calls his “crazy socks.” He and his father, Mark X. Cronin, started the company as a social enterprise with a mission to spread happiness. They spread happiness by offering the socks you can love that let you express yourself, by giving back, by creating jobs for people with differing abilities and spreading happiness. 

For more information about John’s Crazy Socks, visit our webpage, Facebook page, Instagram account or YouTube channel. You can also contact us at 631-760-5625 or via email at



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