When Charleston began post-Corona reopening in late April 2020, the team at Captain’s Comics and Toys decided they wanted a way to help the community. Owner Mike Campbell began talking with local crafters to make cloth face masks from super hero fabric designs. If masks were going to be a part of this new world, then he thought his customers may enjoy a bit of fun for their new accessory.
What started as a few masks soon became a wave of support for the community. The initial batch of 50 masks was gone in 2 days and Smith began to make 50 masks a day to try to keep up with demand. Styles expanded from just super hero characters to add Disney, sports teams, and simple patterns. Over 1,000 masks later, Captain’s continues to carry an ever-changing selection for adults and kids.
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