“I made some costly mistakes in trying to live greener. If there had been an APW ten years ago, I could have saved a lot of heartache and money,” says Mansini.
Santa Fe,NM (PRWEB) September 23, 2015
Sustainable living has been on the radar of actress Debrianna Mansini for as long as she can remember. As a young teenager, Mansini would recycle her mother's dresses by remaking them into a current wearable, cutting off wool coats to suit her style. Not wanting to waste what was perfectly good clothing, then making it work with a nip and a tuck, was inherent in her vocabulary as a human on the planet and as an artist. Fast forward to adulthood and her commitment to a waste free lifestyle has become the modern meme. Now she gets to shout it from the rooftops. Well, in the modern day style- from the internet.
Enter AParallelWorld.com. Creator Alan Hoffman selected Mansini to be the face and voice of APW for clear reasons. Says Hoffman, “Debrianna has been living the parallel life long before it became fashionable. When it comes to living sustainably, she walks her talk and she appeals to a major demographic for APW.”
So just what is A Parallel World? The short version is that it is like Angie's List for anyone interested in enjoying a sustainable lifestyle. The strategy is designed to replace old, expensive systems with modern alternatives that save money and reduce your carbon footprint. Guiding the customer through choosing solar panels to replacing their bank, The Parallel World site is committed to becoming the most trusted platform for vendors and their customers. APW believes the "market based" approach is the best way to challenge conventional corporate choice. The APW system is a parallel marketplace, making a once revolutionary way of thinking easy, offering members money saving discounts and bonuses.
“I made some costly mistakes in trying to live greener. If there had been an APW ten years ago, I could have saved a lot of heartache and money,” said Mansini. “The goal of APW is to help reduce global warming and nurture economic democracy through the mass implementation of sustainable products. That’s something I’m happy to talk about."
The informal videos by Carole Baker from Cherry Pie Social (also on YouTube) will walk you through some of the choices Mansini makes everyday. "I'm excited to share the knowledge we have spent years accumulating and make sustainable, money saving choices not only easy, but fun." Mansini and her husband, artist and jeweler David Forlano, have made many sustainable videos, including claiming the EarthKeepers award in for Best Sustainable video in 2009.