Trident Case™ Partners With Autism Speaks For Autism Awareness Month

April is Autism Awareness month and leading smartphone and tablet case manufacturer Trident Case™ is marking the occasion by strengthening its existing partnership with Autism Speaks, the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization. 

For the entire month of April, customers purchasing the Autism Speaks edition of the company’s popular Kraken A.M.S. iPad Case will receive 10% discount off the regular manufacturer’s suggested retail price.

What’s more, for every Autism Speaks Trident case that’s purchased, Trident will donate 20% of the case’s web sales to the organization. 

“Trident Case is proud to continue our partnership with Autism Speaks in 2015,” says Trident Vice President of Marketing Vickie Achee. “By both providing the Autism Speaks case at a discounted price and donating 20% of the case’s sales to the organization, our customers can promote autism awareness while also knowing that their purchase is contributing to autism-related research. It’s this type of dedication to a pro-social cause that embodies our Live With Impact corporate mission.”

Trident Case has a strong supportive relationship with Autism Speaks.  In December 2014, the company donated 2,000 of their ultra-tough and durable Kraken A.M.S. iPad cases to the recipients of the “Autism Speaks 2014 iPad Grant Program,” which awarded iPad 4s to 1,000 financially disadvantaged individuals with an autism-spectrum disorder.

What’s more, to both further promote Autism awareness and raise additional funds for Autism Speaks, the Trident team will participate in the Walk Now for Autism Speaks   that will take place onApril 26, 2015 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California.

“Our commitment to both Autism Speaks and raising autism awareness goes beyond product discounts and corporate donations,” continued Achee.” “Our entire Trident team has whole-heartedly embraced the organization and is eager to spread their passion for the cause through an organized Autism Awareness Community Walk.”

For more information about either the Autism Speaks edition of the Kraken A.M.S. iPad case or the Autism Awareness Walk, visit