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Tyson Ritter teams up with Valiant Watches for Haitian relief

  Sunday 27th May 2012

All-American Rejects frontman, Tyson Ritter, has announced his partnership with Valiant Watches. On offer is the specially designed TheBe.Real watch; 25% of the proceeds will go to Ritter’s charity, Don’t Hate on Haiti.

DHOH is a movement that aims to raise and sustain awareness for one of the most devastating global disaster in modern times. It is a non-profit organisation that helps to provide clean water wells to the people of Haiti. 

“I’m so fortunate to have Valiant Watches partner with me to keep up awareness for those doing without in Haiti,” said Ritter, who confirmed that 100% of all donated funds goes directly to building clean-water projects.

To help raise funds for Haiti, Ritter designed an interchangeable watch, TheBe.Real, that features Haiti’s national colours of blue, red and black with a white band.

The watch retails for $49 (40mm), equivalent to around £31, while the 52mm size is $59, equating to about £38 in the UK. Both sizes are available on the Valiant Watches website, here.

“Valiant is honoured to be partnering with Tyson Ritter to benefit Don’t Hate on Haiti,” said Tracy Franco, the company co-founder. “Our hope is to give support to those who need it most.”

Zanib Asghar

Watch Tyson Ritter’s campaign video here: 


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