Flat Out of Heels’ leadership team has been hard at work for the past decade solidifying the brand’s name within the marketplace with scalable success. The current focus is expanding its vending machine presence as well as increasing sales. With the addition of a new CEO, Danielle Shortt, leading the charge, the pioneering brand is in a solid position to succeed with its long-term vision. “It is such an exciting time for Flat Out of Heels,” says Shortt. “As we celebrate our 10th Anniversary, for the first time we are allowing our customers and supporters to be owners. There is so much in store for the brand and now we have the opportunity to have our community join us along the journey in saving soles around the world.”
The Flat Out team launched their second vending machine at Stonebriar Centre in Frisco, Texas, outside of Dallas. The machine is independently owned and operated by Vision Tactus.
Flat Out of Heels rollable ballet-style flats were designed to be used as an emergency on-the-go footwear option or worn as an everyday look. Each pair of flats come rolled tightly in a disposable box with a shoe bag included with each purchase for convenience. With an overwhelming majority of women reporting that their high heels start to hurt after just over an hour of wear, some experiencing pain after just ten minutes, Flat Out of Heels is the solution for stiletto sore feet.
Flat Out of Heels is currently raising capital on Start Engine to support the rollout of six new machines to scale operations. Anyone can invest for a minimum of $160.00 at www.StartEngine.com/FlatOut.