The expansion of our web site into Florida offers residents a powerful alternative to traditional residential print directories.
(PRWEB) September 18, 2013
YPGG.org, a directory website at the forefront of the environmentally-conscious “Green” movement, is proud to announce the expansion of their White Pages services into the State of Florida, giving Southern United States residents access to a vast residential telephone directory search database.
YellowPagesGoesGreen.org provides users with quick, easy and conveniently access the information they need to find services and listings in Florida as well as the entire United States.
“Using a powerful new search option, YPGG users located in Florida can effortlessly find services they’re looking for with our Yellow Pages while also reaching out to people that matter most, with our new White Pages,” said President Michael Keegan.
In addition, YellowPagesGoesGreen.org now brings “people data” with its combination of WhitePagesGoesGreen.org, adding over 200,000,000 million residential telephone numbers in the United States.
"The expansion of our web site into Florida offers residents a powerful alternative to traditional residential print directories; instead of a wasteful, cumbersome, annually-produced, paper-based phone book that is often rendered out-of-date weeks or even days after it is published," Keegan added.
About Yellow Pages Directory Inc.,
YellowPagesGoesGreen.org and PaperlessPetition.org offer an environmentally-friendly Web-based alternative to paper telephone directories while providing a simple and convenient mechanism for customers to opt out from the receipt of printed yellow books. Both sites have been instrumental in promoting opt-out awareness across the United States over the past several years, and allowing users to reduce their own environmental footprints in the process. Yellow Pages Directory Inc. has also taken steps to reduce its own impact on the environment through the use of the most up-to-date and energy-efficient web-hosting services available.
For more information, please visit http://www.whitepagesgoesgreen.org.