metallic and Wolverine have announced a new collaboration. In celebration of Giving Tuesday, Wolverine, the 139-year-old clothing and boot brand, and Metallica Scholars, the premier workforce education initiative within the Metallica foundation. all within my hands are joining forces for the third year in a row to fund business education programs for the next generation of skilled workers. This release features collectible artwork by Brandon Heart, the talent behind the Metallica artwork showcased to benefit All Within My Hands on previous projects.
The Wolverine x Metallica Scholars Collection features a new co-branded shirt jacket, hoodie, graphic tee, and knit beanie, as well as the return of the Wolverine x Metallica Scholars Hellcat UltraSpring soft-toe, pointed-toe work boot. security.
Wolverine is donating 50% of the sales of this limited edition collection to Metallica Scholars to help more people forge their own path in the skilled trades.
Since the association’s inception, Wolverine has donated more than $500,000 in financial and in-kind contributions to the Metallica Scholars program. Prices will range from $15 to $165.
“The Metallica Scholars initiative allows students of all ages to embrace career education and learn a new trade or upskill to diversify their knowledge base,” said Peter Delgrosso, CEO of All Within My Hands. “While our foundation is very active in supporting workforce education at community colleges in over half the US, it certainly takes a village. Our partner, Wolverine, has done everything they can to possible to support our initiatives, and we couldn’t be prouder and more honored to launch our third limited-edition collection with them in direct support of our mission.”
“We greatly value our partnership with All Within My Hands because, together, we can work towards our unified goal of raising awareness for all of the great opportunities that exist within the skilled trades, such as being one of the talented deck builders, electricians, and makers stages that make up the road crew of a touring rock band,” said Scott Schoessel, Wolverine’s vice president of global marketing.
Earlier this week, Metallica announced a new album, 72 stationsit will be out next april and a world tour 2023-2024. Produced by Greg Fidelman featuring Hetfield & Ulrich, the 12-track song 72 stations is the first complete collection of new Metallica material since 2016 Wired… for self-destruction and is preceded by the first single, “Lux Æterna”, a short, sharp blast that distills 40 years of Metallica into three and a half minutes.
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