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Captain Colors Launches Bulk Pricing For Consumers

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The company is making Holi powder more affordable for anyone planning the ultimate event, reports captaincolors.com.

Houston, TX – October 3, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

Captain Colors is pleased to announce the launch of their new bulk pricing for businesses, event planners, and consumers purchasing Holi powder for their next event or photo shoot. Now the leading provider of premium Color Run Color Powder for the consumer market, Captain Colors aims to make their products affordable for anyone looking to enjoy the beauty and vibrancy of color powders.

“Color powder is fast becoming one of the most popular ways to add a huge dose of fun to any event. It can take church events to the next level and even turn the pain and agony of running into pure joy,” said Kyle Martin of Captain Colors. “Recognizing that many consumers want to brighten up their lives and the lives of others with vibrant color, we’re introducing bulk pricing to help them save money while achieving that goal.”

Helping people everywhere turn ordinary events into unforgettable memories, Captain Colors is now the number one color powder provider in the United States. The company offers silky-soft premium colors made with only the highest-quality ingredients and manufacturing, resulting in vivid and eye-catching rainbow of colors possible. Their color powder is made with a blend of natural corn starch and natural colorants, which means there’s no worry about guests having chemical reactions. Captain Colors’ safe, non-toxic Holi Color Powder is absolutely authentic, which is exactly what Holi event planners want.

Martin went on to say, “Whether someone is looking to organize a fun color run for people of all ages or is a photographer wanting to capture a stunning portrait, Captain Colors has the best color powders for their needs at some of the best pricing on the market. We invite consumers everywhere to check out our website and see how we can help them create the best experience from start to finish.”

Visit captaincolors.com to learn more about Captain Colors’ high-quality color powder, inquire about bulk pricing, and see their tips for churches on making sure their next gathering is Not Your Usual Church Event!

About Captain Colors:

Captain Colors was founded in 2016 with the mission to bring the joy of color into the lives of others. Insisting on only the highest quality ingredients and manufacturing, Captain Colors’ powders are non-staining, made with natural ingredients, finely-ground for silky softness, and vibrant enough for vivid photography. Captain Colors’ premium product, packaging, and service make them the ideal choice for every event.

Contact Info:
Name: Kyle Martin
Email: captain@captaincolors.com
Organization: Captain Colors
Address: 11715 Knobcrest Drive
Phone: (832) 900-2929

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