Fletcher, NC (PRWEB) December 14, 2007
Holiday shoppers are hot for "green" gifts, reports Jackie Crosby of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune and MyConservationBaby.com has just what smart consumers want. The newly-launched website offers designer baby onesies, toddler tee shirts and adult tee shirts with green messages such as Stop Global Warming and Protect the Environment. The adorable styles offered by MyConservationBaby.com make it the perfect source for green gift ideas for eco-conscious new parents and parents-to-be on your holiday shopping list.
Ellen McNeill, owner of the company, says that "Our eco-friendly products are flying off the shelves. My customers are shopping early to make sure that they get what they want in time for holiday gift-giving." MyConservationBaby.com, listed on Top Baby Boutiques, helps eco-conscious parents and gift-givers make smart choices when shopping. Stacy DeBroff, best selling author of the popular "The Mom Book" loves our products too. "MyConservationBaby.com offers high-quality, good-looking clothing with a purpose. Think Angelina, Brad and their brood who were some of the first to make community service a fashion statement. The truth is that we all need reminders to be less wasteful, and the earlier we start to instill conservation habits and awareness in our kids, the more likely those habits will continue for a lifetime."
The concept behind the MyConservationBaby.com line is to help increase public awareness of conservation issues and inspire people to begin thinking green when they make a purchase. To meet the needs of all its customers, MyConservationBaby.com offers 100 percent cotton products in conventional and organic cotton. The website offers a variety of styles of adorable baby clothes touting important conservation messages, in addition to adult tees with dynamic logos.
McNeill offers two practical holiday conservation tips. Wrap your gifts using the comic section or colored advertisement sections of the newspaper rather than using gift paper. Your gifts will be original and the paper can be used in a fireplace and/or recycled. McNeill cites an impressive statistic from a metropolitan newspaper. If every American family wrapped just three presents in re-used materials, it would save enough paper to cover 45,000 football fields. Another tip is to pare down your holiday card list. Make a holiday telephone list instead and call instead. The 2.65 billion Christmas cards sold each year in the U.S. could fill a football field 10 stories high. Even better than paring down your list is to call the person or send a holiday e-mail with a family picture.
McNeill says that the company is also offering a gift for holiday shoppers. Just enter the discount code FIVEOFF when checking out and you'll save $5 off your holiday purchase (gift certificates excluded).
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