Buffalo Jeans Brand Ambassador, Meghan Chamberlin dons Buffalo Jeans, showing support for Global Genes Project and those affected by rare diseases.

Meghan Chamberlin, was chosen as one of Buffalo Jeans brand Ambassadors with the goal of promoting the Buffalo brand and their products while simultaneously supporting a great cause.  Buffalo Jeans has become a corporate supporter of the Global Genes Project and is working with their brand ambassadors across the country to promote not only ‘looking good’ but ‘doing good’.

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“What an amazing campaign,” said Nicole Boice, founder Global Genes Project. “We love the innovative ideas, we love the fact that Buffalo is helping create awareness for this community in a really cool way. We are so very honored and grateful to Buffalo Jeans and their brand ambassadors for getting involved.”

Stay tuned as we continue to keep you updated about the efforts of these amazing college students, and make sure to drop a ‘kudos’ to our friends at Buffalo for their support – you might even need to pick up a pair of jeans while you are at it!

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