A lot of people use the musical instrument of djembe as a table to put their ashtray or glass of wine on. This is a frequent practice in parties and campfires and this practice ends up damaging the drum skin of the instrument. To prevent that from happening and to protect one of the most celebrated party instruments in the world, ProDjem has been launched.
ProDjem is a protective covering that shields the top of the djembe and effectively transforms it into a coffee table or a stool. People can therefore not only enjoy the aesthetic beauty of the instrument but can also sit on it or use it as a table without damaging its sensitive skin. Therefore, the creators of this amazing cover have announced that they are seeking community support on Kickstarter to raise funds for this remarkable and one of a kind protective shield.
The goal of this project is to raise CA $18000 and the creators have designed the ProDjem in three sizes that are most commonly used in djembes worldwide. Moreover, they have designed it with several features that ensure the strength, durability and practicality of the cover. They are now welcoming everyone to help them in meeting their goals and they will offer the covering with worldwide shipping so that anyone from around the world can participate in the backing process.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at:
www.kickstarter.com/projects/1112902415/prodjem and supporters from around the world can back this project by making pledges that can range from $10 to $350 or more. Each pledge offers a great reward and the latter pledge offers 10 ProDjem units as a reward.
ProDjem is an innovative covering for the celebrated musical instrument of djembe. The creators of this amazing and useful covering have announced that they are raising funds via Kickstarter to start the production of this cover and they are welcoming everyone from around the world to participate in the process by making pledges and donations.
Company Name: ProDjem
Contact Person: Thibaud Sibuet
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Address:306 De L\’Église