Vegetarianwomen.com Launches Vegbay.com

Vegetarianwomen.com announces the launch of a free online auction for the vegetarian and eco-conscious communities.

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(PRWEB) April 25, 2005

Vegetarianwomen.com announces the launch of a free online auction for the vegetarian and eco-conscious communities. The announcement of the new site was made on the 35th anniversary of Earth Day, which is an international movement to protect the Earth, our children, our animal friends, and our future - principles supported by Vegbay.com.

The new auction site promotes vegetarianism and environmentally-aware consumerism, with the additional goal of promoting vegetarian-related and Green businesses. The demand for organic, vegan, cruelty-free, and fair trade products is growing, and consumers will find Vegbay.com a convenient place to buy and sell such items and services. There are now many small businesses and companies that are producing eco-friendly products, Green shopping no longer need be a hassle – or unreasonably priced: Vegbay.com is a free service.

Vegbay.com also helps foster a greater sense of community among users. A person feels good knowing he or she is dealing with a fellow vegetarian or environmentally-aware user, making the Vebay.com auction experience all the more enjoyable.

The Vegbay.com auction site is not, however, just for businesses. Individuals are encouraged to recycle unused or unwanted items by auctioning them on Vegbay.com, without paying any registration or listing fees. Users can also place “Wanted Ads.” Looking for a certain book, vitamin, or clothing article? Place a wanted ad on Vegbay.com.

Individuals and businesses incur no registration or listing fees to buy or sell vegan, vegetarian, organic, hemp, fair trade, yoga, meditation, New Age, spiritual, health & beauty, and miscellaneous items and services.

Vegbay.com is also offering free store front space. As stated on the website, “Our goal is to help you promote your vegetarian-friendly business or organization to our growing audience.”

For further information, visit http://www.vegbay.com or http://www.vegetarianwomen.com.

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