Traverse City's First Carbon Neutral Fitness Center Chooses http://www.4Offsets.com

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Centre Ice Fitness, Traverse City's most convenient and friendly fitness club is now the city's first Carbon Neutral Fitness Club. Centre Ice fitness choose http://www.4Offsets.com as their carbon offset provider. 4Offsets provides offsets to small business and individuals through the use of market traded carbon offset contracts.

Centre Ice Fitness (http://www.CentreIceFitness.com), Traverse City's most convenient and friendly fitness club is now the city's first carbon neutral fitness club. Centre Ice Fitness chose http://www.4Offsets.com to offset its yearly CO2 emissions. 4Offsets is a carbon offset provider, located in Ann Arbor, Michigan that works with individuals and businesses to use CO2 offsets to fight global warming.

Centre Ice Fitness, is located inside the Centre Ice Arena where they lease the space for their club. "In fitness we often talk about balance in our workouts, our diets and our lifestyles. Using 4Offsets to balance our carbon footprint made it simple for us to go green." said owner Helayne Marchand. "I like that I'm not just making a statement, but actually removing carbon credits from the market and preventing CO2 emissions." 4Offsets.com focuses on helping individuals, small and medium sized business to offset their carbon footprints with exchange traded carbon offset instruments. 4Offsets strategy is based on using the free trading of emission offset credits as the fastest way to roll out the changes needed to fight global warming.

4Offsets, llc. CEO, Fred Weiss commented, "We are committed to make 'carbon offset' a household term. The fight against global warming must expand to local businesses such as Centre Ice Fitness and its members in order to win this battle. We want people to know that offsetting your personal or business's carbon footprint is a simple step that yields real benefits." Carbon offset credits are created by projects that fight global warming anywhere in the world. This market provides emitters in one country the ability to balance their emissions with offsets from other parts of the world. CO2 reducing projects range from planting forests, eliminating methane releases and even no-till agriculture methods can take place where they are most cost effective. These same credits can also help bring opportunity to poor and developing countries, helping to fight poverty as well as global warming.

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