House of Marley Headphone Launch Party

Last week, the Marley family came to Toronto for the Canadian launch of the new House Of Marley branded headphones. The new headphone range is comprised of three collections – Jammin’, Freedom, and Destiny, and features noise isolating headphones in colorful and vibrant styles.

The launch party got started with a Q and A with Rohan Marley, Bob Marley’s son. who talked about his love for Canada and about the new headphones, that are eco-friendly and made using sustainable and eco-friendly products. The night finished off with performances from Devine Brown and the Marley Grandchildren; Jo Mersa and Daniel Bambaata.

The House of Marley has partnered up with the Marley Family’s foundation and local charity MusiCounts, an organization working towards providing music education for every Canadian child, and will donate $1 for every Headphone sold at Future Shop, over the course of the 2011 holiday season.

We are giving one lucky reader a chance to win their own House of Marley Headphones valued at $200!

The rules are pretty simple. To enter you can ‘like us’ on Facebook & leave a comment saying ‘I want to win the House of Marley headphones!’ AND/OR follow us on Twitter (@marcpiercey and @TIF_Richard) and tweet ‘I want to win the @HouseofMarleyCA headphones from’ AND/OR comment on this post below telling us why you want to win the headphones. You can choose one or all of the above ways to enter, the more you enter the better your chance of winning! The contest will end on November 10th, 2011 at 11:59pm. A winner will be chosen at random by a third party program. You MUST be able to pick up your prize in person in Toronto at our Yonge and Dundas office at a date to be discussed/organized with the winner. This prize may not be redeemed for cash.

The winner of the House of Marley Headphones is Neslinur Tan, who commented on out facebook page! Congrats and we will be in touch about the prize!



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