(PRWEB) September 06, 2012
CampusAuction Delivers Great Deals – And Social Good!
College students are getting incredible deals on amazing products – while helping great causes – through CampusAuction.
CampusAuction: Bid For A Better World (http://www.campusauction.com) lets students engage their social networks to do good by getting the most popular products from socially conscious companies – and revenue goes to charity. It’s free to join … free to bid … free to belong.
“Our back-to-school auction offers Toshiba and Apple laptops, tablets, gift cards, Tiffany bracelets, e-readers, video consoles, mobile phones and accessories, as well as entertainment devices,” says Eyal Lichtmann, CEO of CampusAuction. “We also have the kinds of things people need when they are moving out on their own or into a dorm, like housewares, furniture and bedding. Then there’s a whole range of things that are just cool things everyone wants, like food and wine options, clothing, cosmetics and accessories.”
Lichtmann adds: “Not only are people getting great deals, they are helping great causes. CampusAuction not only provides needed financial support to great causes, we provide a dramatic new platform where charities can introduce themselves to young conscientious consumers.”
Lichtmann says his auction is a positive counterpoint to the Occupy movement. “There are a few thousand young people in the Occupy movement, trying to make their own brand of change,” he says. “There are millions of socially conscious young people voting with their wallets every day, making real, positive change now. And CampusAuction connects them with businesses that share their worldview. These young people are making a positive difference now, on campus, in their communities and in the world.”
CampusAuction is also giving away spectacular prizes. By interacting with the site and using social media channels, members collect partiCApoints, which can be traded for entries into contests for amazing prizes. Last year, CampusAuction gave away a Toshiba 55-inch 3D television, an iPad2 and a trip for two to Australia.
“And CampusAuction is free to join and free to bid,” he says. “There are no surprises and no hidden fees.”
For additional information on CampusAuction and a complete media kit, please contact:
Justin – CampusAuction