American Hat Makers 10th annual Hat Day In The Sun was another success! We gave away 375 hats! It was so amazing seeing a huge line of people waiting patiently for a Free American Hat Makers Hat.
American Hat Makers is co-sponsoring “Hat Day in the Sun,” a national campaign created by The Headwear Association to promote skin cancer awareness!
Watsonville, California based American Hat Makers is hosting the tenth annual Hat Day in the Sun. Hat Day in the Sun is a skin cancer educational event and hat give-away.
At American Hat Makers, we believe in giving back to our community. It is not only a core belief of ours, it is written into our mission statement:
At American Hat makers our mission is to produce distinctive hats while treating our customers and employees with compassion and integrity and bettering our community through service and philanthropy.
At American Hat Makers we are dedicated to operating our business with the same level of integrity and compassion that we strive to bring to our day to day lives.
American Hat Makers welcomes the opportunity to support the local community and was pleased to donate hats for the 2016 Aptos High School Athletic Hall of Fame silent auction on Saturday, April 30 at the Seascape Golf Club.
We couldn’t have made Hat Day in the Sun without the support of our local media. We are so lucky to have excellent journalists in Santa Cruz County!
What a day for hats!
American Hat Makers and Head’n Home celebrated national “Hat Day in the Sun” on June 19th in Capitola Village by giving out 400 hats to raise awareness for skin cancer and the importance of protecting your skin.
As you know, American Hat Makers are sponsoring Hat Day in the Sun this Thursday, June 19th, in Capitola. We are giving away over 300 sun protective hats – to raise awareness for skin cancer prevention – presently, the most common cancer in the U.S.
Did you know skin cancer is the most common of all cancers? The fact is 90% of all skin cancers are caused by over-exposure to the sun.