Skullcandy [SKUL] a leading designer and manufacturer of audio accessories visited the NASDAQ MarketSite in New York City’s Times Square to celebrate their initial public offering on The NASDAQ Stock Market.
Park City, UT (July 27, 2011) –The Skullcandy executive team, including Rick Alden, Jeremy Andrus, Dan Levine, Clarke Miyasaki and more were all in town to ring the bell and celebrate the company’s new status.
“We are stoked to reach this important milestone for our company,” said CEO Jeremy Andrus in a brief statement to the media. “It is a testament to the hard work of our team and we are excited about the future.” In honor of the occasion, Jeremy Andrus, President & CEO of Skullcandy [SKUL], rang the Closing Bell. Skullcandy is a leading audio brand that reflects the collision of the music, fashion and action sports lifestyles. The Skullcandy brand and distinctive logo symbolize youth and rebellion and embody the company’s motto “Every revolution needs a soundtrack.” Skullcandy headphones feature the distinctive Skullcandy sound and leading-edge design. Skullcandy products are currently sold in the United States, as well as in more than 70 countries around the world and through its website.
The ceremonious bell-ringing, which took place in the center of Times Square at the NASDAQ building, followed a huge early-AM showing by Skullcandy’s Street Team who celebrated the next-level status of the brand with “Skullcandy’s NYC Takeover.” The crew placed oversized RocNation Aviator headphones on some of the city’s largest monuments and statues and hid product around the city in rogue scavenger hunt style for people to locate and collect based upon clues and photos posted on Skullcandy’s Facebook and Twitter sites.