Thursday, October 29, 2009

Entertainment Weekly tries on Real Deal Brazil Recycled Tarp Hat, Likes Fit

It's been a great couple weeks for us! First, Zombieland opened not only to great reviews, but also to great box-office, and that meant a lot of new folks very quickly discovered our hats. Then about two weeks ago, Entertainment Weekly contacted us to say they'd had a bunch of requests from people wanting to know where they could find the hat Woody Harrelson wears all through Zombieland. Next thing we know, we've got a half-page write-up, above, in one of the largest entertainment publications around. We greatly appreciate the kind words, and even more, the huge jump in the number of folks who've now joined our Real Deal family!

Thursday, October 1, 2009

The Good Word on Our Zombie-Killin' Hats

"Zombieland" opens tomorrow, Oct. 2, with our Real Deal Brazil recycled-tarp hat squarely atop its gored-up head. In the last couple of weeks, we've received a lively body of press that has us eternally grateful to all who took the time to speak their non-dead minds about us. Not to cannibalize our own good fortune but so much, but here's a list of tasty online remarks in celebration of our reanimated headwear's ascension to the top of the zombie-killin' heap:

● Woody Harrelson Is Riding High With "Zombieland," Opening Oct. 2:

● Woody Harrelson Keeps Zombieland Green With Special Eco Requests:

The Real Deal Brazil Recyled-Tarp Hat -- Not Just for Zombie Killers Anymore!

Lest we forget in all this zombie-killing talk surrounding our Real Deal Brazil recycled-tarp hat's star turn atop Woody Harrelson's head in "Zombieland," the RDB is one wildly unique, tough-as-you-wanna-be head-topper, regardless of who's wearing it. Our distinctive hat was righteously cool long before ol' bad Woody and his movie's mob of angry undead arrived, and is designed for the long haul, way beyond the current zombification of our culture. Just check out what Boating, the world's largest powerboat magazine, has to say about our dang-fine hat in its October issue. (Click on the graphic above to view a readable version of the Boating article.)