Namecheap Supports Two Eco Conscious Organizations for Earth Day through Donation Program

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For Earth Day 2013, Namecheap is offering promotions that not only offer savings to customers, but also donate to the Rainforest Alliance and the WWF.

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We continue on a yearly basis to support initiatives that are focused on ensuring that our children and grandchildren can continue to appreciate the beauty of our surroundings.

Leading web host and domain name registrar Namecheap announces the launch of their Earth Day promotion that will support the Rainforest Alliance and the WWF. On April 22nd, Namecheap is releasing coupon codes that will not only discount inbound transfers and hosting purchases, but will also donate $1 to one of the two earth-conscious organizations.

"Namecheap is committed to the preservation of our environment," Richard Kirkendall, CEO of Namecheap, said. "We continue on a yearly basis to support initiatives that are focused on ensuring that our children and grandchildren can continue to appreciate the beauty of our surroundings."

Coupon code DONATE2WWF will support the WWF, whereas SAVETHEFOREST will support the Rainforest Alliance. These coupons are valid on inbound transfers of com, net, org, info, and biz domains to Namecheap and will also discount those transfers to $5.99 (regularly around $10). In addition, any hosting package purchased at Namecheap on April 22nd will be discounted 60% for the first billing cycle, and Namecheap will also donate $1 for each new plan to these organizations.

Some restrictions apply. More information can be found at the Namecheap Earth Day page.

About Namecheap
Namecheap is a Los Angeles-based ICANN accredited domain registrar founded in 2000 by CEO Richard Kirkendall. With over 1,000,000 clients and millions of domain names under management, Namecheap is one of the top domain registrars in the world and also offers web hosting services. Find out more by visiting us at http://www.namecheap.com.

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