Make Your Own Face Mask Design with Commerce Township’s MaskMarket.com

Tool allows customers to create personalized or brandable face masks using uploaded images, logos, or artwork

MaskMarket.com mask
MaskMarket.com offers ready-made masks or the option to completely customize one. // Photo courtesy of MaskMarket.com

MaskMarket.com, which offers customizable face masks, has opened in response to COVID-19 and is based in Commerce Township. The website will feature a face mask design tool, allowing customers to create personalized or brandable face masks using uploaded images, logos, or artwork.

The initiative was started by brothers Fred and Mark Hajjar, founders of TVStoreOnline.com and UglyChristmasSweater.com. MaskMarket.com offers a fast production turnaround within 24 hours of finalized order and offers standard (four-seven days) and expedited (two-four days) shipping options.

The masks are made in the U.S., machine washable, reusable, and available with and without anti-microbial filter inserts. They have adjustable ear loops and are made of cotton and polyester.

“As the world navigates through the era of COVID-19, face masks are standard wear for everyone, and my brother Mark and I wanted to supply them to meet the growing demand and support our frontline workers at the same time,” says Fred Hajjar.

“Protective masks are essential to stay safe, and whether you want to proudly display your company’s logo at work or your love for a favorite show or superhero, you can do so comfortably and stylishly and with peace of mind.”

For each mask sold, the company will donate a specifically produced five-filter version to a frontline worker through the American Hospital Association’s 100 Million Mask Challenge.

Customized face masks begin at $17.95 each with discounted pricing for bulk orders starting at $12.95 each for quantities of 25. MaskMarket.com also offers an array of stock design masks for adults and children that are ready to ship.

Click here to view the masks. For bulk orders, call (248) 888-0996.

Written by Grace Turner for dBusiness magazine.