APEX, N.C. — North Carolina’s happiest startup, Happy Fix®, is launching a Kickstarter campaign to fund development of positive lifestyle programs to spread the message that Happy Feels Good.
The targeted goal of $1,750 will go toward developing new products in addition to creating Happy Fix Road Shows and Meetup Groups run by Happbassadors across the nation to bring together a variety of positive lifestyle practitioners, service providers and thought leaders.
“This Kickstarter campaign is one of the ways we’re jump-starting the Happy Fix concept to reach more people through our products and events, spreading the message that individuals aren’t limited by negative situations,” Happy Fix Happbassador-in-Chief Stacy Menzies explained.
Happy Fix began making positive lifestyle apparel and accessories to celebrate what’s great in life in early 2014, featuring the company’s smiling HPY logo design as a constant reminder for people that happiness is a choice that’s always within reach. Fans of the company’s blog, Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter channels as well as customers – called “Happbassadors” – continue to grow in number from places like New York, Massachusetts, Arizona, Baltimore and Pennsylvania.
“The thing we’ve found with our Happbassadors is that they truly live the Happy Fix mantra, taking the message of making positive choices in good times and bad to their friends and family via social media and other methods,” Menzies said, adding, “The concept of Happy Fix Road Shows and Meetup Groups is to help incorporate other individuals and business professionals into the mix, creating access to a myriad of resources to help people live positive lives.”
Backers of the Kickstarter campaign are rewarded with free Happy Fix products, made by local artists and vendors, and will have their names added to the Happbassador Hall of Fame. The campaign runs for 45 days and is accessible online at www.kickstarter.com through October 1.