Computer Recycling for Education Targets NEA Meeting with Educational Product Campaign

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Computer Recycling for Education announced today a licensing product campaign targeted to education to promote their theme character, Ewaste Eddie for the National Education Association (NEA) Annual Meeting & Expo 2005 to be held July 1-3 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, CA.

Computer Recycling for Education announced today a licensing product campaign to promote their theme-character, Ewaste Eddie, at the National Education Association (NEA) Annual Meeting July 1-3 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, CA. The campaign features Ewaste Eddie's proclamation: "Remember to Ecycle-it."

Educators, teachers, administrators, education consultants, publishers, manufacturers, designers, agents, representatives and licensees are encouraged to look for Ewaste Eddie at Booth #118. Register at Computer Recycling For Education's Booth #118 for a drawing to win a free computer for your school or nonprofit organization. Photo opportunities with Ewaste Eddie will be held July 1-3 from 2:00p.m.-3:00p.m. Ewaste Eddie can be licensed for books, curriculum, environmental education, educational software, consumer education campaigns, plush dolls, toys, board games, cartoons, apparel, posters, public service announcements, theme parks, posters, and more. Ewaste Eddie is also available in costume for classroom appearances, assemblies, community service special events.

"Our goal is for Ewaste Eddie, with his 'Remember to Ecycle-it' proclamation, to become universally recognized as the worldwide icon for electronics waste (e-waste) prevention. The U.S. Forest Service has a famous fire prevention bear, and we plan to make Ewaste Eddie the international ambassador for educating the public on electronics waste prevention and electronics reuse, through social marketing," said President Al Chaney.

With Ewaste Eddie's universal appeal, education publishers, mass merchandise retailers, computer retailers, office supply retailers, electronics retailers, computer manufacturers, food processors, home improvement retailers, and electronics manufacturers are encouraged to seek licensing. Licensing of Ewaste Eddie can also be applied to businesses, municipalities, colleges, school districts, recyclers, waste haulers, government agencies and environmental organizations. These organizations may want to consider the purchasing or licensing of Ewaste Eddie for promotional items such as t-shirts, mugs, pencils, sweatshirts, calendars, posters, coloring books, and bill-inserts for their own education campaigns. A variety of products can be designed to educate, entertain and protect the environment through social marketing and consumer awareness.

Ewaste Eddie's copyrighted character, trademark and concept are receiving interest from a range of professionals from education, electronic and environmental associations. Computer Recycling for Education, located in Rancho Murieta, Calif., owns and has created all of the intellectual property, exclusive rights, licensing, trademarks, copyrights, artwork, designs, patents, illustrations, derivative rights and publishing rights. Winners of promotional items must be present to win on July 2, 2005 at 1:00p.m. and are responsible for all appropriate taxes and shipping. Information about Computer Recycling for Education can be found at its Web site: http://www.ecycle-it.com

For information about United States and International licensing of Ewaste Eddie, please contact:

Al Chaney

MBA Computer Recycling For Education

15150 Dela Pena Circle Rancho

Murieta, CA 95683

916-354-1990

http://www.ecycle-it.com

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