Recycle 4 Vets is committed to offering consumers the highest quality ink and toner, as well as the lowest cost option.
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Westport, Conn. (PRWEB) January 09, 2013
Committed to improving the lives of homeless Veterans and Veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Recycle 4 Vets LLC, a Westport, Connecticut-based, service-disabled Veteran owned not-for-profit, provides consumers, Veteran-friendly corporations and U.S Government Contracting Officers’ access to over 12,000 eco-friendly, TAA compliant, remanufactured ink and toner printer cartridges at savings of between 35-80% off other OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) branded cartridges. Recycle 4 Vets is committed to offering consumers the highest quality ink and toner, as well as the lowest cost option.
The ongoing collaboration Recycle 4 Vets maintains with The Fisher House, The Woodruff Foundation, The Helping Heroes Foundation, and the Wounded Warriors Project ensures that all profits go back to Veterans. Retired Staff Sergeant and disabled Veteran John Mangan is the President of Recycle4Vets.
“The fact is there are currently over 70,000 homeless Veterans in the U.S and hundreds of thousands of Veterans deeply affected by PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder); we [Recycle 4 Vets] want to help and we are excited to start,” commented Mangan. "We encourage 2013 be the year consumers choose to Save More, Get More, and Do More by purchasing Recycle 4 Vets products and give back to a Veteran in need."
Recycle4Vets (R4V) is a not-for profit, service-disabled, and Veteran-owned small business focused on providing the highest quality and lowest cost ink and toner print cartridges to customers. 100% of purchases of the eco-friendly, remanufactured ink and toner cartridges goes towards funding to improve the lives of homeless and underemployed Veterans, as well as those suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, throughout the United States. We encourage consumers to Save More, Get More, Do More and help U.S. Veterans with everyday purchases.