COVID-19 Update

UPDATE 4/7/2020
Our shop is now open again, and we are back to producing pro products. However, please expect delays. We are working hard to get back to full production, but we are behind on orders due to the closure, as well as producing masks to support our local hospitals and first responders.
If you have any questions or concerns you can contact us at the link below. 
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UPDATE 3/25/2020:

As of yesterday, our manufacturing shop for all of our Pro Products has been temporarily shut down by the Governor. We hope that this will only last one week, but we are unaware of how long this may last.

This came unexpectedly, and unfortunately, there is nothing we can do about it.

In terms of any outstanding orders (Pro Products), we will offer store credit to everyone who decides to keep their order. For more information, please contact us at the link in the Tweet.

During this time, we will be running a sale on all of our standard products to make sure you can still
look good during this time of quarantine. For more details and to stay up-to-date, please visit the second
link in the tweet for more information on the impacts of COVID-19 a GummyApparel.

Please stay safe during this time, and practice proper care and social distancing.
To stay up-to-date with proper guidelines please view the CDC page linked below.
Contact Page: 
COVID-19 and GummyApparel: 
CDC Official COVID-19 Page: 
Here at GummyApparel we take safety very seriously, as COVID-19 has spread, we have been following information carefully. We are following all of the CDC guidelines closely and are sanitizing our shop regularly. While our manufacturing facilities are located in the USA, the virus has continued to spread throughout the states. 
Currently, we are not expecting any delays when it comes to our Pro Products or our Standard Products. We are following the news closely, and if there becomes a risk for our employees, we will take proper precautions to keep our families and employees safe. 
Please stay safe during this time, avoid touching your face, and heavily trafficked areas. Listen to your local authorities and stay up to date with news about the coronavirus. For information to stay safe and more information on COVID-19 visit