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Trefle Inc. reveals latest otterbox design with charitable twist

Fashion designer, Kristin C. Frazer (third from left) during the unveiling of her latest Otterbox design. Photo: Provided
Samples of he latest Otterbox design by fashion designer, Kristin C. Frazer. Photo: Provided
Samples of he latest Otterbox design by fashion designer, Kristin C. Frazer. Photo: Provided
Kristin C. Frazer of Trèfle Inc. previewed their Zion swim suit collection. Photo: Provided
Kristin C. Frazer of Trèfle Inc. previewed their Zion swim suit collection. Photo: Provided
FORT COLLINS, Colorado, USA - Fashion designer, Kristin C. Frazer and the Trèfle team celebrated a night of technology and philanthropy while revealing their latest collaboration with accessory giant Otterbox during Fort Collins Startup Week. The evening also included a soft launch of The 284 Foundation, the charitable arm of Trèfle Inc, which will support creative arts education and provide opportunities to young people in the Virgin Islands (VI).

The Otter Shop was filled with hope and excitement as attendees awaited the unveiling of the second Trèfle Symmetry Series Otterbox phone case and learned about The 284 Foundation’s mission. Bringing a little taste of the VI to Fort Collins, Trèfle previewed their Zion collection and enlisted the help of fellow VI entrepreneurs, including DJ Bertram, to complete the Caribbean vibe. Guests were given the opportunity to donate to the foundation by purchasing a personalized Otterbox case and even had a chance to snap a photo with Otterbox mascot, Ollie.

“I am beyond elated about the entire week spent with other great BVI Entrepreneurs at Start-Up Week. Our presentation, B2B networking opportunities and my personal presentation to hopeful fashion design students at Colorado State University was simply nothing short of amazing! It was important for me to align my event with Start-Up Week to reach a wider platform for the 284 Foundation and create a new and hopefully little spot of the BVI in Fort Collins that everyone would remember! I am grateful to all those that had a part in the launch of our new phone case design called Anegada for both iPhone and Samsung users and even more excited to start the journey of giving back to the youth in the BVI through the 284 Foundation. I can’t wait to see what another 10 years unfold,” states Frazer.

Trefle Inc. will celebrate the official launch for the 284 Foundation ( in conjunction with their tenth anniversary and the release of Zion collection this spring in the Virgin Islands.

Keep abreast with the 284 Foundation on Instagram: IG @284foundation and on Facebook: FB @284foundation.

7 Responses to “Trefle Inc. reveals latest otterbox design with charitable twist ”

  • BVI STRONG (21/03/2018, 18:15) Like (15) Dislike (0) Reply
    you go girl keep reaching for the stars
  • RA (21/03/2018, 19:53) Like (14) Dislike (0) Reply
    Great job
  • good job (22/03/2018, 12:25) Like (0) Dislike (7) Reply
    But I wonder when the actual designers of your prints will come forward for royalties
    • sad (22/03/2018, 14:30) Like (9) Dislike (0) Reply
      aww are you upset? Learn the industry and maybe one day you could be in the same position. Matter of fact, Trèfle 100% owns all of its designs. Keep calm and carry on
    • SMH (23/03/2018, 09:54) Like (2) Dislike (1) Reply
      Damn! the hate!! aww what happen you tried to be a designer and didn't make it smh

      I Know this young lady on a professional and i can tell you hater that she is 100% owner of all her lines and designs!
      Not only that but she is smart, talented, business minded and very people friendly; could have worked anywhere in the world but chose to come back home. that says a lot

      So before you come on here with all that Hate know your facts!!
    • Gumption. Official (23/03/2018, 15:30) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply

      @good job (your name then the comment is exactly what a hater always say and do after a congratulations. you could have just said well done, keep it up, remain focus etc. But now your just a sick &^%$#@ hater says Allington Gumption Creque) no reason to hide. People like you will forever remain sour and bitter. Our goals are to make money and put in back into the community in a meaningful and positive purpose way.

  • Real (22/03/2018, 14:36) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
    To "good job": You are the exact reason why a young lady like Kristin would be discouraged. Your love for discredit, local downcall and shade is on another level. Please stop. Keep working towards your goals Kristin! I know that you've helped a lot of people and have collaborated with a lot of people and God WILL continue to bless you! Go girl GO!

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