Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) June 12, 2012
The first 100 percent landfill-free sneaker, REMYXX, is closing in on its Kickstarter funding goal of $39,697 with about $3,000 dollars to go with over 400 backers.
REMYXX has been picked up by major media outlets such as CNN, online bloggers from Perez Hilton, Defy New York, Closet of Style and Entrepreneur.com for its sustainable cause and for revolutionizing the way people think about shoes and recycling.
“I’m excited about all the buzz I’ve received since my appearance on Shark Tank on ABC and look forward to launching my new line in the fall,” said Gary Gagnon founder and CEO of REMYXX.
With only 13 days left in the Kickstarter campaign, REMYXX has already surpassed the mark as the highest grossing sneaker in the popular crowdfunding website’s history. To stay up to date with the REMYXX Kickstarter campaign, check out the project page here.
The world’s first and only completely landfill-free sneakers, REMYXX addresses the importance of recycling by dressing feet in style. REMYXX is about creating an everyday atmosphere in which we can advance and initiate improvements in recycling, landfill diversion, sustainability, green living, corporate responsibility and individual eco-smart decisions. For more information, visit http://www.remyxxsneakers.com.