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Bunkr: A Survival Essentials Brand × Subscription Box

Experiential marketing expert and entrepreneur Zev Norotsky, who launched his brand incubator entity ENTER in 2016, announces the launch of his newest venture, Bunkr. Norotsky, who has a wide range of investments in startups across the hospitality and consumer products industries, introduces the newly concepted lifestyle brand Bunkr, dedicated to educating and ultimately providing survival essentials and gear, aimed at keeping consumers fully prepared for emergency situations. 

The first offering is delivered in the form of a sleek and modern Bunkr footlockr complete with over 40 curated essentials, after which, subscribers will receive exclusive product offerings, refills and additions to their kit based on seasonal or emerging concerns. The cost for the initial offering is $249 which includes the limited Bunkr footlockr and one complimentary edition of the supplemental service with subsequent boxes coming in at cost of $49 to the subscriber.   

All proceeds from the sales of Bunkr will be donated to Feeding America, an organization dedicated to supporting Food banks and pantries across the country while continuing to ensure our most vulnerable neighbors have the food they need.

During this unprecedented time in our country, Americans are quickly learning the importance of preparation. Bunkr is designed to provide a proactive solution that anticipates potential needs via a long term commitment to awareness, education, and seasonal home delivery of best in class survival essentials. Products will range, including items such as multi-functioning pocket knife tools, solar power banks, sustainable food items, face masks, sterile rubber gloves, canteens and much more. It is designed with an appeal to the savvier consumer who has a continued interest in learning about new products that can help them in times of need, while serving as the de facto lifestyle essentials kit for your home.

With events nationwide currently on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Norotsky had the immediate idea for the concept of Bunkr, outlined the elements, collaboratively designed the product, secured partner brands to come on board with this niche yet essential box, and is now in production. Bunkr is getting ready to ship its launch product to Americans within the next 30 days. The website, www.bunkr.club is currently live to join the waiting list for domestic orders, with future plans to expand both product offerings as well as international distribution.

Norotsky, recently profiled in Adweek, notes “ENTER has always been a brand incubator at the forefront of culture and whether it’s on behalf of one of our major brand partners like AB InBev, AT&T, lululemon or ultimately ourselves, we aren’t about to let this crisis keep us down.”

Norotsky is known as one of the foremost cultural marketers in the country and in addition to serving as CEO of the award winning experiential events agency, he also recently opened Agency Coffee Co., a ‘grab and go’ coffee window located in the bustling Melrose Avenue streetwear district of Los Angeles, which doubles as creative office space for his ENTER agency team. The location allows for him to have vendors delivering event materials and product to their rear storage area, the middle retail space acts as a functioning creative office space, and the front portion, the only part visible to customers, is a consumer facing coffee window offering coffees, teas, juices and fresh pastries with coffee partner La Colombe.

Casely Pioneers Monthly Subscription Box for IPhone Cases

Casely is an online tech-accessories retailer and operates the first and only phone case subscription club on the market. Casely strives to bring customers unique cases that reflect trends before they happen.

They aim to inspire the next generation of young style-istas to be the best version of themselves, and to be confident in everything they do–with or without a Casely in hand. Casely is your one-stop-shop for cases inspired by the latest fashions with that Brooklyn spunk.

Robb Vices Subscription Box

A surprise selection of rarities, curated to provide a spectacular moment in time – experiences that until now, were reserved only for the few (very) fortunate.

The publisher’s modernly-debonair son, Daniel Curtis, has gone 3D with it and now Robb Vicesis a subscription box.

The boxes are surprises each month, filled with the most small-batched wonderfulness; all curated around a story and meant to stoke and satisfy curiosity about the good life.

The contents are worth $500-$800 and feature incredible things like technologically-wild writing instruments designed by Ferrari’s Pininfarina, hand made Italian Finlay & Co sun spectacles, luxe Euro-styled Bluetooth speakers or rare elixirs like the first creme de cassis made in 1874 from the house of Gabriel Boudier or the Louis Vuitton-owned Glen Morangie, maker of some of the world’s most spectacular single malt scotch whiskies since 1843.

Memberships must be applied for and are offered either month-to-month or for 3, 6 or 12 month periods. For approximately (depending up on what subscription chosen) $100, every month, you can gift someone else (or yourself) with a box filled with rarities that together have been curated to provide an exquisite moment in time.

Since it’s creation in 2016, Robb Vice collaborations have been done with chefs such as Daniel Boulud and Marcus Samuelsson and collections from brands like Lalique, Master & Dynamic and Highland Park. Master milliners, Worth & Worth offered the making of a bespoke hat; the box included a tape measure and swatches of handwoven Honduran fabric from which to create it.

This Spring, one of the boxes will feature all that it requires to experience the most moving of music on original vinyl. We can’t tell you what the products are – but if you remember the delight of buying a diamond tip needle, it may ignite your imagination about the contents.

Robb Vices is about discovery; getting something in the mail that creates a spectacular moment, that until now, was reserved for the very few fortunate.