KPM Berlin celebrates the "White Friday"
“Black Friday" was originally celebrated in the United States on the day after Thanksgiving. As a pre-Christmas kick-off, November 27th provides for additional sales in Germany with a wide range of offers in stores and online stores. This year, Berlin's porcelain factory is also participating - in a sustainable way and for charity.
In keeping with the philosophy of the company, which has a 257-year-old tradition of placing quality over quantity, KPM Berlin is calling on Black Friday for people to make conscious purchases and thus to shape their own consumer behavior in a sustainable manner. With "KPM White Friday" in cooperation with the Hamburger Tafel, it goes one step further.
When you buy a handmade KPM porcelain piece in the Hamburger Store in the Mellin-Passage, 10% of the turnover goes into the Hamburger Tafel donation pot.
In this way, the sales successes support the municipal food banks and their volunteers in saving food and helping people in need. "With this campaign and together with our customers, we also want to send a signal of solidarity for the people who are not on the sunny side of life", says Jörg Woltmann, owner of KPM Berlin. André Wehry, manager of the Hamburg KPM store, is also looking forward to the campaign: "Together we want to do something extraordinary in this extraordinary year: Sharing joy," says Wehry.