Post Office in Ann Arbor

Katy Lind and Nate Stevens, a few young entrepreneurs in Ann Arbor, have established a new venture called Pincause, and it has already creating interest across the USA and overseas post office in Ann Arbor.

Partnering with Indianapolis-based artist Penelope Dullaghan, they have made a snare to encourage women’s rightswith the forthcoming Women’s March on Washington on Jan. 21, the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration.

Along with the march in Washington, D.C., solidarity marches are anticipated to be held at over 100 cities nationally and overseas, and Lind and Stevens are expecting Pincause will help unite people who reside behind a frequent cause.

Katy Lind ships at the Post Office at Ann Arbor outside a heap of pins that are Pincause. She stated 50 hooks were ordered by a person in San Francisco.
Katy Lind ships at the Post Office at Ann Arbor outside a heap of pins that are Pincause. She stated 50 hooks were ordered by a person in San Francisco.

Lind said requests for hooks are pouring in from all around the nation, from New York to California and from Alaska to Florida, in addition to areas overseas where marches are proposed, such as Australia, London and Toronto.

“Love this! Just ordered one for myself but I will be discussing with the group of girls I am going into the march with,” a girl in Cleveland commented on among Pincause’s photographs on Instagram weekly.