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Introducing the RedBar website & the RedBar Fund

Kathleen McGivney


1st September 2016

We are thrilled to introduce the updated RedBar website and the RedBar Fund.

Our website is launching with two distinct new features: the Collectors’ Perspective blog, and a private community site for our members. Our blog will provide updates about what’s going on in our chapters around the world, events that we do in conjunction with watch brands, collector profiles, and reports on watch shows from the distinct viewpoint of a watch collector. We want to tell you about watches we love and share why we love them.

The members-only community site will be a place where all the real-world groups of watch collectors that have sprung up around the globe can log in and talk to each other. It’s a way to connect our global community in a central place where we can all feel comfortable sharing our love of watches with one another.

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We’re also very excited to introduce our charitable fund, the RedBar Fund. When we first decided to get a little more structured and form a company, we all agreed that one of our main focuses would be on charity, specifically in each of our local communities. To that end, RedBar Group has created a charitable fund to focus on helping charitable organizations that operate in NYC, where we are headquartered. As our first major charitable act, we were proud to be Benefactor Sponsors of the annual Bailey House Gala & Auction in March 2016. We are committed to continuing to help support organizations that do such great work in the communities where we live.

Anyone can donate to the RedBar Fund by clicking here.



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