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Griffin + Chilewich Cases Now Available for iPod touch
Nashville, TN — December 9, 2010 — Griffin Technology Inc., maker of innovations for everyday life, and Chilewich | Sultan LLC, the design innovator of modern hardworking textiles, today announced an expansion of the Griffin + Chilewich Co-Op Initiative with the release of Elan Form Chilewich for iPod touch (4th generation). The Co-Op partners are offering the new case in three colors: Teal, Pink, and Nickel, now available at the Apple Store. For pictures of the Griffin + Chilewich collection for iPod touch, visit www.griffintechnology.com/coop/chilewich.
This new Elan Form Chilewich case is two layers of protection for your iPod touch in a slim, pocketable design. Each case begins with a premium outer layer of designer Sandy Chilewich’s trademarked Mini Basketweave textile, bonded to an impact-resistant polycarbonate inner shell. EasyDock™ design allows docking of your iPod touch without removing the case. The case allows unobstructed access to all controls, ports, cameras, and, of course, the Multi-Touch display. The result is a functional, durable case for iPod touch that is as beautiful as it is protective.
For more information on Elan Form Chilewich for iPod touch and other offerings from the Griffin + Chilewich Co-Op Initiative, visit www.griffintechnology.com/coop/chilewich.
Pricing and Availability
Elan Form Chilewich for iPod touch (4th generation), $39.99, is now available at the Apple Store, and online at www.griffintechnology.com.
About Griffin Technology
Founded on Paul Griffin's kitchen table in 1992, Griffin Technology Inc. has grown into one of the world's largest providers of personal computing and digital media accessories. Unique and prolific designs such as iTrip®, PowerMate®, iFM®, iMic® and Evolve® have inspired numerous accolades and frequent imitation. Today, Griffin products are still conceived, designed and developed in-house and push the envelope of the industry they helped create. Griffin's Co-Op Initiative marks another step forward, pairing Griffin engineers with top fashion, art and cultural innovators to create personal technological statements. Learn more about the Co-op Initiative, as well as Griffin's entire range of ingenious designs, at www.griffintechnology.com.
About Sandy Chilewich
Sandy Chilewich, the entrepreneurial and artistic spirit behind HUE, the hosiery firm she co-founded in 1978 and sold in 1991, opened her namesake New York-based studio/textiles laboratory in 1997. She introduced her next design-quake with RAYBowl™ in 1997. In 2000 Chilewich introduced mats for the tabletop and the floor and bags for all sorts of uses - the first of her durable, easy-to-clean, woven designs in an assortment of colors and textures. That initial, wildly successful launch spawned an expanding range of products for an ever-greater variety of applications; today the washable textiles are spun, tufted, and pressed. www.chilewich.com/about/sandy
About Chilewich l Sultan LLC
Chilewich l Sultan LLC, the umbrella venture of textile innovator Sandy Chilewich and Joe Sultan, her architect husband and creator of the firm's contract line, produces a highly eclectic and modern collection of durable, easy-to-clean, U.S.-made fabrics. The company divides its striking and elegant textiles designs into five distinct branches: Chilewich, Chilewich E-store, Chilewich Contract, Chilewich Hospitality, and Chilewich for The Shade Store (its first foray into licensed products). Intended for use in the fullest possible spectrum of residential and commercial applications and available in a palette that includes a bevy of neutrals, brights, metallics, and patterns, Chilewich textiles suit the gamut of styles from modern to contemporary, and traditional. www.chilewich.com
© 2010 Griffin Technology Inc. Co-Op Initiative, Elan Form, Evolve, iFM, iTrip, iMic, and PowerMate are registered trademarks of Griffin Technology Inc. Chilewich is a registered trademark of Chilewich | Sultan LLC. iPod and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. All other product names and trademarks are property of their respective companies.