Posted: Thu Oct 04, 2007 6:31 am Post subject: MyConservationBaby.com Apparel Featured in OK! Weekly Fashio
MyConservationBaby.com Apparel Featured in OK! Weekly Fashion and Celebrity Magazine
Released on: October 3, 2007, 6:04 pm
Press Release Author: Ellen McNeill/MyConservationBaby.com
Industry: Apparel & Fashion
Press Release Summary: Company’s [url=http://www.linkedwords.com/shopping/children/baby/fall_baby_fashions.php]Fall baby fashions[/url] set the trend for green babies
Press Release Body: MyConservationBaby.com, a Fletcher, North Carolina-based online baby gift boutique offers eye-catching designer onesies and toddler tees which sport green messages such as Stop Global Warming and Protect the Environment. The Company announces that one of its products will be featured in an upcoming issue of OK! Weekly, a popular fashion and [url=http://www.linkedwords.com/news/magazines-and-e-zines/lifestyle/celebrity_magazine.php]celebrity magazine[/url].
MyConservationBaby.com offers a wide variety of both conventional cotton and organic cotton products. One of the Company’s organic cotton toddler tees will be included as part of “Maternity and Baby Fall Fashions” in the issue available on newsstands on October 11, 2007. Ellen McNeill, founder of MyConservationBaby.com says that the tee is already “flying off the shelves.” In addition to buying the tee for gifts, many customers are also adding the tee, available in 2T, 4T and 6T, to their gift order and buying it for their own baby. The tee is also available in sage green and maroon with the message to Stop Global Warming. Slate grey and black toddler tees are also available in conventional cotton with the messages to Conserve, Protect the Environment and Stop Global Warming.
“Parents are starting to go green and they want their babies to reflect their new values,” says McNeill. “They’ve discovered our organic cotton onesies and toddler tees and just love the styles and colors.” The Company’s clothes are creative and they are setting the trend of putting green messages on baby clothes.
Since its launch in May 2007, MyConservationBaby.com has made a name for itself. Its baby clothes are so distinctive that they’ve been featured on ABC and the syndicated NBC "Daytime" show. They have also been included in celebrity gift bags, highlighted on [url=http://www.linkedwords.com/news/television/clever_parents_tv.php]Clever Parents TV[/url], and mentioned on more than 40 blogs.
All purchases from MyConservationBaby.com also help the environment. The company donates 1% of its gross proceeds to a nonprofit environmental organization approved by One Percent for the Planet.
McNeill writes a column for CleverParents.com and is listed in the 26th Ed., 2007 Yearbook of Experts as an expert on conservation for kids.
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