LSTN was founded with a singular purpose: to change lives through the power of music. Proceeds from sales of all LSTN products go towards giving hearing aids to people in need worldwide through their charity partner, Starkey Hearing Foundation.
Over the past 4 years, LSTN has helped over 22,000 people worldwide hear for the first time. This was possible due to LSTN customers purchasing the companies high quality headphones and accessories.
LSTN has come a long way in these past 4 years and its about to take a major step in bringing social enterprise and social impact products to a mainstream audience. The company will now be the new in-flight headphone partner for one of the largest airlines in the world, Delta Air Lines. LSTN made millions of pairs of premium social impact headphones for this partnerships, which plans to release this summer on Delta One flights and later this year, Delta Premium Select flights.
“Delta has always enabled our mission by helping us travel around the world, and we are excited they are partnering with us to change lives of thousands in need,” said LSTN co-founder Bridget Hilton.
Delta Business Class customers will enjoy a pair of LSTN headphones while in flight. Developed specifically for the in-flight experience, the noise-canceling headphones will enable customers to better experience Delta Studio, the airline’s industry-leading, free in-flight entertainment system, at 30,000 feet.
Best of all 100% of the proceeds from this partnership will benefit Starkey Hearing Foundation to help thousands of people worldwide hear for the first time.
“By designing and creating the LSTN for Delta on-board headsets, we are greatly expanding our core mission to increase funding and awareness for Starkey Hearing Foundation and their global hearing health programs worldwide”, said LSTN co-founder Joe Huff.
This commercial was filmed in Arequipa, Peru in May 2017.
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