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Lunchbox launches new anti-theft, festival-friendly backpack


North American-based company Lunchbox has launched a brand-new anti-theft backpack, curated to the needs of eager festival-goers. The bag, which is equipped with handy features such as slice-resistant panels, a 2-litre water compartment, numerous side-pockets and EL wire compatibility, the bag packs everything fans will need for their next festival trip.

Explaining his inspiration behind his newest creation, CEO & founder Tom Worcester explained the following:

“Music festivals changed my life, but I realized early on that they too, inherently, needed to be changed. For me, festivals are home. I actually lost 70% of my hearing at four years old – electronic bass is the only music I can really hear, and it created an environment where I felt most comfortable. We built Lunchbox to address real problems faced by the festival community. It’s about giving back to a community that’s given so much to me.”

Tom Worcester is a serial entrepreneur who started his first business at 14 and his first company at 20, which scaled to over 100 college campuses and 25 stores nationally. He is also the podcast co-host of ‘Subject Matter’, which teaches core principles of critical thinking to its audience.

Check out the promo video below and click here for more info about Lunchbox.





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