Here’s how Steph Curry, other celebs are bringing high-quality goods to everyone for just $3

    The San Francisco-based company is making it easier for everyone to afford quality goods by selling all of their products for $3.

    Brandless is on to something big.

    The San Francisco-based company is making it easier for everyone to afford quality goods by selling all of their products for $3.

    You read that right.

    Every single product sold by the company costs three bucks. That’s it. We’re not talking about a collection of nearly-expired goods that fell off someone else’s store shelf. We’re talking high-quality, non-GMO products that include organic, gluten free, paraben-free items people can now afford to use every day.

    Brandless has enlisted help from a ton of celebrities and athletes to help steer them in the right direction.

    Their long list of celebrity investors and advisors includes Ryan Price, Anthony Tolliver, Nick Young, Dhani Jones, CJ McCollum, and Steph Curry among others.

    “On the court, if everyone touches the ball, good things happen. Out in the world, when we all get involved, we have the power to make good things happen,” says Curry. “I’m investing in Brandless to help create good. To help create a future where everyone can afford better.”

    The company’s mission is deeply rooted in quality, transparency, and community-driven values and their motto; “Better everything for everyone,” is certainly worth paying attention to.