Christmas sweaters are back on many people’s shopping list and Google searches have already hit record highs for festive fashion.
So while retailers shouldn’t have any problems moving their stock of sweaters, it could be trickier for a businessman who finds himself with 1,000 special-edition Christmas sweaters to sell due to misconduct. rude impression from a supplier.
Karl Baxter, managing director of Wholesale Clearance UK, bought the stock from a supplier earlier this month after opting not to sell the questionable models in their high street shops.
At first glance, the sweaters seem innocent, with a collar, sleeves, hem and snowflakes. However, if you look a little closer, the bigger snowflakes seem to look like something else.
Given the nature of the jumper, Mr Baxter thought it appropriate to raise money for a men’s health charity and calls on all humorous festive fans to tap into their “naughty but nice” side this Christmas by buying one of the sweaters.
The wholesaler hopes to sell the Christmas sweaters at a reduced price of £10 so they can donate a percentage of the profits to Prostate Cancer UK.
According to the data, prostate cancer will be the most common of all cancers by 2030, with more men being diagnosed each year.
For more information on how you can purchase one, visit the wholesale clearance list here.
“At Wholesale Clearance UK, we buy unwanted or excess stock from retailers to try and avoid products going to landfill.
“So when I was contacted by this particular supplier, we naturally stepped in to help move the stock.
“This year, we’re calling on consumers to see the funnier side and stand out from the crowd by purchasing one of our sweaters.
“With funds raised from sales, we hope to donate proceeds to Prostate Cancer UK, to help fund prostate cancer research and raise awareness of the disease this Christmas.”