Since March 2020, many celebrities have done their part to thank the frontline staff for the hard work they put in during the COVID-19 wave. To thank these employees for their continued dedication, Post Malone is spreading the love before Valentine’s Day by donating 10,000 pairs of its sold out Duet Max Clog II Crocs nationwide to frontline caregivers.
“As a special early #FrontlineValentines gift, we partnered with @postmalone and @crocs to offer a gesture of gratitude with added convenience to our hospital partners across the country!” Musicians on Call said in an Instagram post on Jan. 13. “Nurses and staff receive their own pair of Post Malone’s fifth # pmxcrocs collaboration as a thank you for their courageous work on the front lines to protect our communities!” The organization that aims to provide music to patients in health care facilities also shared a photo of five health care workers happily holding up their new shoes.
“So grateful for the support from @PostMalone & @Crocs that @musiciansoncall can kick-start the frontline carers to show our love for everything they do!” Pete Griffin, the CEO of Musicians on Call, tweeted. Sold out since their December 8 release date, the Crocs are being distributed to frontline workers in 70 US hospitals in pink or black with bright pink interiors. Each pair of shoes also has an extended heel strap and adjustable Velcro fasteners for comfort. This makes them an excellent gift for the health care workers who risk their lives to keep us safe every day.