A Fresh New Look
If you're reading this blog post you have found yourself on the new and improved Official Cymbal Gloves website. When we founded our first e-commerce store two Novembers ago, our goal was to give our customers a streamlined way to see our product and pay for it online. Little did we know that this would not only make The Cymbal Gloves more accessible to the general public, but it would skyrocket its popularity all over the world. Since we've taken The Cymbal Gloves online, we have overcome many obstacles including keeping up with the demand of the cymbal community, speeding up production/turn around time, and sourcing the best quality manufacturer we could find.
With all of the continued success, which can only be attributed to the countless cymbal players who have purchased The Cymbal Gloves over the years, we are approaching a huge milestone when it comes to the founding of The Κψμβοσ Scholarship. Once we wrap up this round of the WGI scholarship, we will hit $10,000 that have been donated to cymbal players! We only have this to celebrate because of the incredible clients aka the most supportive and talented educators and performers in the marching activity.
On February 13th, 2015 we find ourselves incredibly excited for the future. Since we have more than one product to offer on our website, we have rebranded and are moving forward with the name we've always had on paper, Seavine Co. Rest easy though, www.seavine.co is accessible and always will be accessible through www.cymbalgloves.com. In the pipeline we have more products coming your way, meetings with our manufacturer to continue to improve and evolve The Cymbal Gloves, and new ways that we can give back to cymbal players in the very near future.
You see it every time you open your latest order of The Cymbal Gloves in the included note, but once again, thank you, thank you, thank you for all that you have done and continue to do for the wellbeing, innovation, and growth of cymbal playing and The Κψμβοσ Scholarship everywhere!
As always- Different Methods, Same Madness,
Chelsea Levine & Jack Borland