French Wine Brand Fully Funds Innovative Campaigns With Surprise
BURGUNDY, France–(BUSINESS WIRE)–French wine brand Luc Belaire is proud to announce the start of its #BelaireBacked
program aimed at helping innovative Kickstarter campaigners reach their
funding goals and skip ahead to the celebration.
The #BelaireBacked campaign will support self-made startups by offering
funding to select Kickstarter projects, along with promotion of each
backed project on Luc Belaire’s digital properties, ensuring continued
momentum into 2016. The program allows #BelaireBacked companies to
accelerate product development and to celebrate with a massive 15-Liter
“Nebuchadnezzar” bottle of Luc Belaire sparkling wine, which they will
receive upon being funded.
As an independent, family-owned-and-operated company in an industry of
corporate giants, Luc Belaire understands the challenges of being an
entrepreneur and the importance of innovation. “We believe in the power
of a great idea,” says Brett Berish, President & CEO of Luc Belaire.
“We’re excited to support creative projects and the people behind them
who are determined to make their dreams a reality. We’ve been there too!”
To date, Luc Belaire has backed six Kickstarter campaigns with $25,000
in funding, including Haize,
a minimalist bike navigation device, Atlas
C57, a water-submersible carbon flashlight, “NWHL:
History Begins,” an illuminating documentary on women’s hockey, The
Unsplash Book, an open book featuring photos, essays and art with
contributors receiving a percentage of all profits, Pixel
Vision, a handmade portable game system, and Blackout,
a virtual reality film. Luc Belaire is actively searching for additional
Kickstarter campaigns to fund into 2016.
To learn more about the Luc Belaire #BelaireBacked projects, or to
submit a Kickstarter campaign for consideration, please visit www.belairebacked.com.
Like @OfficialBelaire on Facebook
and follow Luc Belaire on Twitter
to keep up with the campaign online.
About Luc Belaire
Luc Belaire is a collection of French sparkling wines produced by 5th-
and 6th-generation winemakers, whose family Maison was established in
1898. The Belaire range includes a Rosé from Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur
and a Brut Gold blanc de blancs from Burgundy – two of France’s most
iconic winemaking regions. Belaire’s signature cuvées are also offered
in a “Fantôme” edition featuring luminescent labels, and each is
available in bottles ranging from 375ml to a massive 15 liters. Belaire
is currently enjoyed in more than 75 countries worldwide. For more
information, visit www.LucBelaire.com.
Brittany Wright, 317-806-1900 x102