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Lunnie, a trailblazing postpartum intimates company based in Dayton, is excited to announce its new partnership with Kettering Health to provide nursing bras to moms in need. This groundbreaking collaboration is set to empower and enhance the postpartum experience for countless women in the Dayton community.
One of the most common problems for breastfeeding mothers is leaking breastmilk. Lunnie’s innovative nursing bra contains leakproof, sewn-in pads that are up to 6x more absorbent than competitors, according to lab testing conducted by the University of Dayton engineering department. The bra is currently patent-pending.
Kettering Health is distributing Lunnie bras through the First Steps program located at Kettering Health Washington Township. “I know firsthand the importance of a good nursing bra for new moms,” said Katy Boyd, Lactation Consultant at Kettering Health. “Our moms who received the Lunnie bras are thrilled. They feel more confident wearing a bra that is both functional and flattering.”
This partnership is a testament to Kettering Health’s dedication to supporting new mothers during the crucial postpartum period, as well as their initiative to support local, women-owned businesses. Through this collaboration, Lunnie aims to ensure that moms in need have access to the highest quality nursing bras to improve their breastfeeding experience.
“I absolutely love my Lunnie bra,” shared Katelyn Clark, mom of two and recipient of a gifted Lunnie bra. “It is supportive and so comfortable. The bra has given me confidence in the way I look and feel. I can wear it all day with no leaks. It is also so convenient when breastfeeding in public.”
Sarah Kallile, Founder and CEO of Lunnie, expressed her excitement about the partnerships, saying, “I am very grateful to have the support of Kettering Health behind Lunnie. New mothers deserve the very best. As a mom to 3 daughters under age 5, I have given birth at Kettering which makes this partnership even more meaningful.”
In addition to these charitable giving programs, Lunnie’s nursing bras will be available for purchase at Kettering Health’s First Steps gift shop in 2024. Nursing bras are a HSA/FSA eligible expense.
Lunnie, founded by Sarah Kallile, is a community-led, postpartum intimates brand for moms, by moms that disrupted the market with the All-Day Leakproof Nursing Bra that debuted in March 2022 to rave 5-star reviews. Sarah named the brand after her 3 daughters.
Lunnie is the 2023 Soin Award for Innovation winner, 2022 University of Dayton Flyer Pitch winner, 2021 Female Founder Collective pitch winner, and Entrepreneurs’ Center portfolio client.
For more information, please visit www.lunnie.com.
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