Socks from John’s Crazy Socks can now be found in retail stores across the USA and one of those stores is called Needful Things in Camden, South Carolina. Needful Things is a beautiful boutique that offers a full range of items for women. John’s Crazy Socks’ own line of socks called J’s, that include our famous Awareness Socks, are now available for retail stores to carry.
John and Mark X. Cronin, the co-founders of John's Crazy Socks wrote to the folks at Needful Things to thank them for their order:
Thank you for ordering our socks. You are the very first store in South Carolina to carry John’s Crazy Socks and we appreciate you joining our effort to spread happiness. We love what you are doing for your customers. We count ourselves fortunate that you are carrying our socks.
John said, “We are so happy that our customers can find our socks at Needful Things. That store is helping us spread happiness.”
Mark added, “Of course, we sent a special thank you note and made a video. One of our core principles is to make this personal. We are always seeking to build relationships and we are so grateful for our customers that it is important to thank them.”
John said, “We are spreading happiness. The two keys to happiness or do for others and gratitude.”
Now Offering John’s Crazy Socks Products in Retail Stores
John’s Crazy Socks opened in December 2016 selling directly to consumers through our website. Over time, John grew his store into the world’s largest sock store. Then, we started offering custom socks and special gift services to other businesses through our B2B program. Now, John is making his socks available to retail stores so more customers will be able to experience the happiness of owning a pair of John’s Crazy Socks.
John said, “We have a mission to spread happiness and we do it with our socks.”
“Entering the wholesale market and helping retail stores carry our products will allow us to reach more people and spread more happiness,” said John’s co-founder and father, Mark X. Cronin. “Our customers love our socks and they know that when they buy our socks, they enable us to employ people with differing abilities – more than half our colleagues have a differing ability. Our customers feel good about supporting our Giving Back Program – we start by donating five percent of our earnings to the Special Olympics and have donated over $625,000 to our charity partners. Most of all, buying our socks lets customers spread happiness. Wearing our socks make people feel good.”
Retail Offerings from John’s Crazy Socks
Retail stores can now carry J’s, the private line of John’s Crazy Socks that include our famous Awareness Socks. The J’s are exclusive to John’s Crazy Socks with vibrant designs and construction that customers love.
Our Awareness Socks celebrate causes like Down syndrome, Autism and Cerebral Palsy and raise money for charity partners like the National Down Syndrome Society, the Autism Society of America and United Cerebral Palsy.
“Our socks make a difference,” said John Cronin, “And that’s why they make our customers so happy.”
Mark added, “Our customers tell us that just putting on our socks makes them feel good all day.”
If you are a retail store owner and want to carry our socks, visit our website to learn more and place your order.
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 of Spreading Happiness™. With more than 4,000 socks, John’s Crazy Socks is now the world’s largest sock store. More than half their employees have a differing ability, and their Giving Back program has raised over $625,000 for charity partners like the Special Olympics, the National Down Syndrome Society, and the Autism Society of America. Most of all, they are Spreading Happiness™.
For more information about John’s Crazy Socks, visit our webpage, Facebook page, Instagram account, TikTok or YouTube channel. You can also contact us at 631-760-5625 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.