Boldwerks Helps PS It Matters Make A Difference, One Meal At A Time

Boldwerks Helps PS It Matters Make A Difference, One Meal At A Time
By Chris Hislop // Published on Mar 22, 2012

PS It Matters, a Maine-based start up company has two simple goals:

1. To provide consumers with the best gourmet food products available, and

2. To provide meals to those in need.

Boldwerks recently designed and developed their new web site which will make it easy for you to donate to charity while you shop their wide selection of gourmet food items. The new PS It Mattersʼ web site at www.psitmatters.com is a unique online shopping experience where 15% of your purchase goes to any Food Bank / Pantry of your choice. PS It Matters has partnered with many gourmet food vendors around New England and ensure a diverse assortment of delicious local fare.

Boldwerks is proud to partner with PS It Matters in making a difference in the way we all give back. All the foods offered in their newly designed e-commerce website are the same price as their distributors, but when you choose to buy through PS It Matters, you donate to charity.

“We are very happy that we have made the decision to work with Boldwerks to launch our new venture. From the initial branding and look to the development of the website; Boldwerks made it very easy for us to let them do what they do best. Create an amazing end product that we can be happy and proud to be associated with, " says John Tynan, Co-Founder of PS It Matters.

Along with the web site project, Boldwerks designed a stunning logo for PS It Matters that captures the essence of the brand. This logo identity has been incorporated into branded packaging and print stationary solutions. Boldwerks is thrilled to continue to provide support to PS It Matters as well as for those of us in need.


We encourage you to visit: www.psitmatters.com to make a purchase and make a difference, you will love the products and feel good knowing that you have given back.

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