My Shoe Hospital of Austin, Texas, is expanding their shoe repair service across the United States through online ordering. Introduced on their new website and gaining traction on social media, MyShoeHospital.com is a one-stop shop for all shoe repair needs. The company is even offering free heel repairs to every new customer, just to try the service.
“At My Shoe Hospital, we factory refurbish tens-of-thousands of shoes, boots, belts and handbags every month. Thanks to modern tech we are now able to offer our top-notch service to everyone in America,” said Carroll Kelly, CEO of My Shoe Hospital. “Most young people don’t realize repairing shoes is even possible! Our new website aims to change that. We want to educate Americans about the benefits of repairing shoes, versus replacing them and we are willing to give everyone the chance to try our services for free.”
Not only is My Shoe Hospital advancing the shoe repair industry, they are also committed to charitable donations and have pledged to donate $1 of every repair to Food For The Poor, one of the world’s largest relief organizations.
Kelly also discussed the cost savings and environmental benefits of shoe repair. “Not only will you save a lot of money, but you are helping the environment. We don’t think people realize how much toxic waste is used and how many animals must die in order for a pair of shoes to be manufactured.”
To start a shoe repair today, follow these 4 easy steps:
- Start a repair on MyShoeHospital.com (use code: “HEELME” for a free heel repair until 7/23/16)
- FedEx your items for free to My Shoe Hospital, using a postage-paid repair bag they’ll send you.
- My Shoe Hospital will assess, clean and repair your items.
- Your items are then shipped back to you, looking brand new.
When it comes to shoe repair services, most people seem to think their shoe needs to be broken for a cobbler to be required, but in addition to broken items My Shoe Hospital will refurbish a mildly worn shoe, belt or handbag and make it look brand new again. – PRNewswire