Dunbar - Wholesale
Paul Laurence Dunbar, poet, novelist and playwright, was born on June 27, 1872 to freed slaves from Kentucky. He coined the phrase "I know why the caged bird sings" in his poem Sympathy, which later helped inspire Maya Angelou's novel. The verse on this mask come from Dunbar's poem "We wear the Mask."
The Dunbar mask will be available to ship at the end of June. The final revisions to the design are still being set.
Our face masks are 100% premium cotton, with a pocket for a filter and tubular elastic ear loops. The fabric has a lovely subtle tonal quality. They are machine washable. The fabric is printed and the masks sewn at a small factory in Compton, California. Our masks are not medical grade.
The masks will come individually packaged in a 6 1/4" X 6 14" hanging bag, suitable for retail display. They will be prelabeled with a UPC code, but no price. Suggested retail price is $15 to $18.
Masks will be sold for $9/each for resale purposes or for use by bookstore staff. For purchases of 25 or more assorted masks, use the code "B2B5" for a 5% discount. Please feel free to mix and match styles to meet this minimum. Purchases of 3 or more masks ship for free.