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With passion at its core, this socio-eco, ultra-conscious line celebrates Earth Day, everyday
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 03, 2012
Earth Day is near and it’s time to fully embrace eco-awareness and amp up our efforts. If one is looking for ways get into the planet-loving spirit, take a look at socio-eco, ultra-conscious brand, A Lot To Say, Inc. A chic California-based line with a cool vibe, A Lot To Say, Inc. leads by example and gives green some serious glamour.
Named ‘The Most Environmentally Progressive Line of Message Apparel and Lifestyle Products on the Market in the US Today,’ A Lot To Say, Inc’s innovative technology is nothing short of revolutionary. Every product is made from Post Consumer Plastic Bottles and turned into fabrics that range from silky and soft to shimmery and sustainable. If that’s not green enough, every product also utilizes a No Water Dye Process, which means no fresh water is used while dyeing each item. With the purchase of just one A Lot To Say tee, over 60 bottles are saved from going to landfill and over 700 gallons of fresh water in the making.
Founded by sisters Alison Stanich Power and Jennifer Stanich Banmiller, A Lot To Say, Inc. uses powerful messaging in their products inspiring action and impact amongst consumers. This wearable art educates and motives in all facets of life, from the health of our planet to the key of our physical and emotional well-being to the unwavering power of love.
Simple yet refined, A Lot To Say’s wide range of offerings include: t-shirts, tanks, tote bags, scarves, umbrellas, i-pad cases, blankets, pajamas, bikinis, shorts, yoga gear, pet leashes, note cards, canvas art and much more! One can only wonder how such beauty comes from an everyday plastic bottle.
As if being green wasn’t enough, A Lot To Say challenges the status quo by integrating charitable giving within their brand. Through unique partnerships with like-minded organizations such as Stand Up To Cancer and Heal the Bay, A Lot To Say has created a platform that donates up to 25% of net proceeds to these remarkable charities.
The duo believes that only through expression can we create awareness, and only through awareness can we create change. With A Lot To Say, its Earth Day every day and every product created illustrates that one can reduce their footprint, without compromising style.
A Lot To Say, Inc. products are available to shop now, just in time for Earth Day at http://www.ALotToSay.com or at Fred Segal Santa Monica (420 Broadway, Santa Monica, CA 90401).
For additional information or an interview with Alison Stanich Power and Jennifer Stanich Banmiller, please contact Jamie Madrid (firstname.lastname@example.org / 630.873.0458).
ABOUT A LOT TO SAY, INC.
A Lot To Say, Inc. is a California-based socio-eco lifestyle brand founded by sisters, Alison Stanich Power and Jennifer Stanich Banmiller in 2009. With a business model based on embedded generosity and an innate passion for social and environmental consciousness, this design-duo has created a brand of sophisticated items that serve the greater good.
All A Lot To Say, Inc. products are made from 100% Post Consumer Recycled Bottles and created with a revolutionary No Water Dye Process, just one tee saves over 60 bottles and 700 gallons of water from going to waste. As a result of this innovative technology, A Lot To Say, Inc. items are 100% toxic-free, wearing 6 times longer than cotton/organic cotton, have a high ability to wick away water and are ergonomically 80% more energy efficient. All products from the line are made 100% in the USA.
A Lot To Say, Inc. also gives back a very generous portion of proceeds to several like-minded organizations including: Stand Up To Cancer, Heal the Bay, Animal Rescue Foundation, Global Green and The International Green Energy Council.
For additional information on A Lot To Say, Inc., please visit http://www.ALotToSay.com.
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