The Street Moda Story
The dream started with Matt Kubancik in his parents' basement. At age 10, Kubancik began selling baseball cards on the internet on behalf of East End Sports Cards, earning $1 commission per card. His growth of self-education of e-commerce led to the formation of Street Moda.
Street Moda was founded when Kubancik noticed that the demand in urban wear and designer apparel was increasing in popularity and in cost. Kubancik, who was 18 when he founded the company, grew up always wanting the latest and hottest designer gear but could not afford the retail cost. Humbly raised, Kubancik wanted others who experienced the same background to have access to the latest designer brands.
Today, Street Moda continues to be awarded and nominated for a plethora of achievements, including being named in the 2011 Inc. 5000 as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States. Street Moda caters to customers all over the world. This includes International sales to over 45 different countries, shipping to nearly every country on the map. The online store features a variety of life style brands including Adidas, Affliction, Betsey Johnson, Ed Hardy, Jessica Simpson, Juicy Couture, Michael Kors, Naughty Monkey and Sean Jean, to name a few. The main thing that separates Street Moda from all other online companies is the massive inventory of authentic brand name footwear, apparel and accessories at prices that can't be beat on the street. Street Moda constantly gets rave reviews on the new merchandise, which is received daily and the personal one-on-one relationship with customers. The ability to hook customers up with the newest fashions for 50-90% off original retailer price/MSRP is what keeps the company ahead of the game.
Not only does Street Moda pride itself with customer satisfaction, financial growth and employment stability, but also the company is dedicated to a variety of national charities, community events and non-profit organizations. Recently, the company committed $250K to Safe Place Services for the construction of the Matt Kubancik Center, which will be used as a youth development and educational center to help teens transition into professional adulthood. Safe Place Services mission is to accept, affirm and advocate for youth and families in crisis through programs that empower youth to reach their full potential in spirit, mind and body.
Kubancik's strong belief in giving back has come back around full force through company growth and community acknowledgement. Street Moda was awarded 2012's employer of the year presented by Down syndrome of Louisville. We believe in equality for people with Down syndrome and show our support by employing these young adults and dressing them in the latest gear. Street Moda's goal is keeping up with fashion trends, community involvement and customer satisfaction. Staying true to his roots, Kubancik will continue to make sure that all people are able to purchase footwear and apparel at affordable prices. Without the support from the dedicated Street Moda employees and partners, Street Moda would not be so far advanced. The key to the development of the company is to spread the word about Street Moda. Remember, when you purchase from Street Moda you are also giving back. The company will continue to "live to give". That is the way Street Moda does it, on the streets of the 502.
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