Extending the deadline gives EcoBold additional time to heavily promote its message about the importance of making the world a greener place
Mountain View, CA (Vocus) July 14, 2010
EcoBold, a leading provider for online video reviews of various green and eco-friendly household products, announced today a six-month extension of its One Million Trees Project. On Earth Day 2010, this campaign was launched to help Mother Earth by making a public pledge to plant one million trees if it achieved one million e-mail subscribers within a one-month’s time frame.
"Extending the deadline gives EcoBold additional time to heavily promote its message about the importance of making the world a greener place" said Steffany Boldrini, EcoBold CEO and Founder. “Everyone should be able to afford green products – making our planet a safer place for our future."
EcoBold takes green education to the next level by providing in-depth video interviews of featured green products, while negotiating 25% off coupons with green manufacturers. These “green coupons” are delivered on a weekly basis to e-mail subscribers in order to make buying eco-friendly products more affordable. Every week, a new product review and an online interview with a green product manufacturer are uploaded onto its website to keep consumers informed about the latest green products on the market.
EcoBold, a Silicon Valley-based e-commerce company, creates awareness of sustainable products by providing online video reviews of various green and eco-friendly household products. Every week, a 25% off coupon is delivered to eco-conscious subscribers to help with the purchase of featured green products. Founded in 2009, EcoBold creates a win-win situation for green businesses and consumers, but most importantly for Mother Earth – helping reduce our carbon footprint, while living a greener and more sustainable lifestyle. For more information, go to EcoBold.com