World Turtle Day' Gets Support from an Online Hawaiian Jeweler

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Remist, an online merchant of Hawaiian jewelry, is taking on a momentous ecological cause - the conservation of the Hawaiian Green Turtle (Honu).

Sea turtle conservation is a cause that is near and dear to our hearts

Consumers looking for Hawaiian turtle jewelry can support turtle conservation and preservation during May and June. Remist, a Hawaiian jewelry online retailer, is commemorating World Turtle Day - on May 23, 2009 - by donating 20% of its turtle jewelry revenue to the State of the World's Sea Turtles (SWOT). All shoppers need to do at checkout is enter the following code: turtlesave. In the interest of maximizing the benefit of the promotion, the company has decided to extend the donation period to June 14th.

The sea turtle plays a sacred role in Hawaiian culture, representing peace, longevity and wisdom. Remist's goal is to financially assist organizations that share the goal of saving the turtle from extermination.

"Sea turtle conservation is a cause that is near and dear to our hearts," says Renfrew Wu, co-founder and president of Remist. "Sea turtles are very important to Hawaiian culture and we want to help keep them around so future generations can enjoy this beautiful species."

Visit for more information about the sea turtle conservation project.

About Remist Hawaiian Jewelry
Remist is a premier retailer of Hawaiian jewelry. The company was built on the unique idea that "appreciation is timeless," placing a strong emphasis on finding and creating styles that won't be found at other Hawaiian jewelry merchants. The company started on eBay, selling only a limited selection of Hawaiian silver jewelry pieces. Since then, the company has been able to maintain an eBay positive feedback rating of over 99.7%. Remist continually strives to be the largest merchant of Hawaiian jewelry online.

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