Monday, July 16, 2007

Strength in Numbers


Its a bird..no its a plane...
The Dark Knight...
Faster than a speeding bullet...
Princess of Amazonia...
Guardian of the Universe...

For the Comic Book fans out there you know who I'm referring to above - in order - Superman, Batman, Flash, WonderWoman and the Green Lantern - members of the Justice League of America one of the most popular DC comics titles. You may be asking, why am I talking about superheroes? Besides the fact that I grew up reading all titles DC and Marvel and was an avid collector...but I digress. What possibly do these characters have to do with Kryptonite? Well a whole lot...we are partnering with DC comics and launching a series of padlocks that incorporate the aforementioned members of the Justice League. The locks are available right now at select WalMart stores and will be in Home Depot in August and possibly other retailers. We are very excited about working with these characters and bringing them to our customers in real everyday products. To celebrate the launch of these products we are holding a contest here on the blog. We will profile each character and ask a question - the first 25 responsdants will be entered into a drawing where the grand prize will be a full set of the padlocks, plus the winners picture,if so interested, on our website. The fun begins this Thursday with the Gotham Crusader...stay tuned

3 comments:

Christian said...

Already jumped on these locks and was skeptical at first, but what way to work nostalgia into a useful tool. Who woulda thought the man of steel could still be tough with kryptonite :p

Sean said...

Dude - my friend needs this. His $1500 bike was stolen a few weeks ago from a normal bike lock. Super lock looks like it can hold the charge, unless Thanos came along wearing the Infinity Gauntlet.

Angela said...

This lock is awesome! I have been looking for a sturdy lock for me storage area and finally found the perfect one! There have been some recent break ins in the storage room of my building- but they never broke into mine. All my neighbors are asking and commenting on my Superman Kryptonite lock : )