Eco Wind Chimes Donates Profits to North Texas Food Bank

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Eco Wind Chimes, an online company providing American made wind chimes to consumers, is announcing that it will donate a portion of its sales to the North Texas Food Bank.

Music of the Spheres’ Tenor Windchimes, which are manufactured in the USA, are considered as one of the world’s most stunning wind chime products.

I wanted to give back and sustain the true mission of our wind chime company.

Eco Wind Chimes is donating ten percent of all profits, made from December 25th to December 31st of 2012, to the North Texas Food Bank. The online company, which is based in Texas, sells American made wind chimes as gifts, memorial pieces, and home décor.

“My wife and I wanted to give back and sustain the true mission of our company, which is to support American artists and companies,” said Stephen Betzen, Owner. “Starting on December 25th, I will ensure that the North Texas Food Bank receives a portion of our profits made from sales spanning until the 2013 New Year!”

Eco Wind Chimes sells wind chimes made of fine alumina tubing and all products are both made and sourced in the U.S.A. “Our products come with a guarantee and our buyers know there is nothing questionable about the materials used, unlike with some imported items. We always encourage people to buy local and thus, we have decided to support local!” Eco Wind Chimes offers wind chimes in a variety of tones, height, and price ranges.

About: Eco Wind Chimes was launched in 2005. The soothing products produced by Eco Wind Chimes match the company’s dedication to quality workmanship, affordability, and purposeful retail. All Eco Wind Chime products are made, and sourced, in the USA. More information, and a media kit, can be found by clicking here: http://www.ecowindchimes.com

About: Founded in 1982, the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) is a Dallas nonprofit hunger relief organization that distributes donated, purchased and prepared foods through a network of more than 340 Food Assistance Partners in 13 counties.

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