With the 2004 Election Over, it is Now time for our Country to Heal.

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blue-head.com, a very special apparel company, will be launching its new product line on December 5, 2004 on blue-head.com blue-head.com allows men and women to share their voice regarding the destination of our country's social consciousness. We offer comfortable and modern clothing styles with only the best 100% cotton fabrics.

There is a real void in how our current administration is addressing critical social issues, such as access to health care for low income families; the environment, both nationally and internationally; gay rights... The list is long. blue-head.com is not anti-Bush or anti-Republican. It is FOR social change. In fact, a percentage of our proceeds will support not-for-profits who have experienced Federal funding cuts in the last four years.

Currently, we are supporting Hopelink. Since 1971, Hopelink has served homeless and low income families, children, seniors and people with disabilities in King County, Washington. Hopelink's mission is to promote self-sufficiency for all members of their community; they help people make lasting change. Hopelink helps nearly 50,000 low income and homeless people each year with services ranging from housing and food to energy assistance and child care.

Regardless of a person's political affiliation, we hope they will join with other like-minded individuals in spreading the blue way of thinking.

Company background: blue-head.com was born out of the need to have a continued voice in the state of our country’s social welfare. After the election, many of the 55,949,407 American voters who voted their social conscious, felt and continue to feel alienated from the course our country is taking in regards to a myriad of social issues. blue-head.com provides a vehicle for individuals to openly express these views. It is our hope this apparel line will encourage Americans, both young and old, to get involved in making their voice heard.

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