Bizarre New Website Akin to Ebay Meets Freecycle

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With the ongoing emphasis on going green and saving the environment, a husband and wife team developed an all new website where people from around the world giveaway secondhand items for free in an auction-like style using pictures, text, and videos.

With the ongoing emphasis on going green and saving the environment, a husband and wife team developed an all new website where people from around the world giveaway secondhand items for free in an auction-like style using pictures, text, and videos.

"There are people out there right now, actually wishing for those items you no longer need," says Vicki Priebe, creator of Ewishingwell.com. Priebe continues, "We are providing the platform for people to step up to the plate and start listing their unwanted items, instead of throwing them away."

A simple run-through of the house or garage finding items no longer needed could make a huge difference in another person or family's life, especially in these rough economic times. Posting a listing is a free service, encouraging people to post as many items as possible. As an added twist, people can wish for items that are normally headed to the landfill.

Ewishingwell.com is a site all about granting wishes using unwanted or secondhand items. Wishes and grants can come from people all over the world, including their local community. People using the website can range from the college student looking for a textbook, a mother searching for a video game to a community looking for used playground equipment. The possibilities are endless.

About the Company:
Ewishingwell.com (http://www.ewishingwell.com) was founded by two people wanting to spread kindness and save the environment at the same time. They are convinced this will cause a chain reaction of good-will and less waste throughout the world.

For More Information Contact:
Vicki Priebe
Phone: 907-495-LUCK (5825)
Web: http://www.ewishingwell.com

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