GreenDimes Is Turning Pocket Change Into Social Change With Debut Of New Services

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GreenDimes is here to help bring a little more sanity to your life while helping the environment. With its newly launched website, GreenDimes is giving visitors new options. The service now offers exciting choices for people looking to reduce their junk mail and take part in the national fight to reclaim their mailboxes and the environment.

With GreenDimes' new site and offerings, we are doing everything we can to stop junk mail in its tracks

Do you find your mailbox busting at the seams with mail that you don't want? Do you want to make a change but don't know how? GreenDimes is here to help bring a little more sanity to your life while helping the environment. With its newly launched website, GreenDimes is giving visitors new options. The service now offers exciting choices for people looking to reduce their junk mail and take part in the national fight to reclaim their mailboxes and the environment.

Between the Junk Mail Reduction Kit (Free Me!) for $15 and the GreenDimes Pack (Green Me!) for $36 (that comes complete with energy-saving compact fluorescent light bulbs, a t-shirt and a reusable bag) , visitors now have options as to how they would like to reduce the junk mail that floods their mailbox every day. GreenDimes' new website also features a petition that visitors can sign to help stop junk mail for good. Once complete, GreenDimes will present the list to Congress to launch a national campaign against the production of junk mail. Members can also track their personal contribution by signing into http://www.greendimes.com with their member name and password. This will show you how many pounds of junk mail you personally eliminated and how many trees and gallons of water YOU saved by becoming a member.

GreenDimes has also kicked off a "refer a friend campaign," that rewards $5 back to each customer for every referral he or she sends that purchases a Junk Mail Reduction Kit. The $5 goes into the customer's account and can be redeemed for cash, deposited into a PayPal account, or used towards the purchase of 20 trees.

"With GreenDimes' new site and offerings, we are doing everything we can to stop junk mail in its tracks," said Kendra Ott, GreenDimes Marketing Manager. "From our Junk Mail Reduction Kits to our petition, as well as our charitable and environmental causes, we have left no stone unturned in the fight against junk mail and in our efforts to do good things in this world."

No other company in the world is more committed to stopping the flow of junk mail and saving our planet. In addition to its new services, GreenDimes will plant 10 trees on behalf of each Junk Mail Reduction Kit sold. GreenDimes has also donated proceeds to worthy charitable causes and organizations around the world such as the United Nation's project to fight Malaria and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. It's no wonder some of the biggest names have thrown their support behind GreenDimes and signed up.

VirginFest 2007 served as the backdrop for GreenDimes' re-launch, allowing many of the thousands in attendance to sign their new petition. With top musical acts such as The Police and the Smashing Pumpkins and the festival's "Green It" campaign that sought to make it a zero waste event, VirginFest was the perfect place to introduce visitors to the new and improved GreenDimes.

About GreenDimes
GreenDimes (http://www.greendimes.com) is a Palo Alto, California-based company dedicated to helping consumers do little things that will make a big difference. GreenDimes is a win-win for both consumers and the environment, as it reduces the amount of unsolicited postal junk mail consumers receive by 75-90% for less than a dime-a-day. GreenDimes also donates a portion of the proceeds to re-start the cycle of environmental growth by planting ten trees for every purchased Junk Mail Reduction Kit. GreenDimes has already become the leader in reducing the amount of junk mail and catalogs delivered to North American mailboxes as well as saving hundreds of thousands of trees and millions of gallons of water.

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