We-Vibe Announces Charitable Campaign to Combat Global Warming this Earth Day


Standard Innovation Corporation, the company behind the We-Vibe announced a charitable campaign to combat global warming this Earth Day, April 22, 2011.

The company will donate $5 to Carbonfund.org for every new person who follows @Ms_WeVibe on Twitter or likes the We-Vibe Facebook page between now and April 22 to report that eco-friendly sex is important to them. “It’s our way of offsetting the carbon generated from all that extra heavy breathing – and then some,” jokes Danny Osadca, We-Vibe company CEO. “We have always been a carbon-neutral provider of body-safe and eco-friendly products and this is an extra tip of our hat to Mother Nature.”

“We have always been a carbon-neutral provider of body-safe and eco-friendly products and this is an extra tip of our hat to Mother Nature.” – Danny Osadca, We-Vibe company CEO

To choose LOVE not CARBON, simply follow Twitter @Ms_WeVibe or like the We-Vibe Facebook page between now and April 22 and $5 will be donated in your honor to CarbonFund.org.

Share your ideas for “greening up the bedroom” on the We-Vibe Blog and we’ll send you a free We-Vibe product if your suggestion is selected for our next list.

About We-Vibe
The perfect eco-sexy gift, the We-Vibe II can be worn while making love and is the fastest-selling sexual wellness product of its type in history. We-Vibe products are distributed by drug stores and fine boutiques in over 50 countries and used by over a million people worldwide to add more intimacy and fun to their loving relationships. We-Vibe manufacturing and distribution are carbon-neutral and all We-Vibe products are body-safe and eco-friendly. They are crafted to exceed the most stringent health and environmental standards, including RoHS, WEEE, and REACH. For more information, visit www.we-vibe.com.

About Carbonfund.org
Carbonfund.org is the leading non-profit carbon reduction and climate solutions organization, making it easy and affordable for individuals, businesses and organizations to reduce their climate impact by supporting third-party validated renewable energy, energy efficiency and reforestation projects. Carbonfund.org has over 600,000 individual supporters and over 1,800 business and non-profit partners including Discovery, Motorola, Amtrak, Dell, JetBlue, Virgin America and Staples. Visit www.Carbonfund.org.

About Earth Day and Earth Day Network (EDN)
Growing out of the first Earth Day, Earth Day Network (EDN) works with over 22,000 partners in 192 countries to broaden, diversify and mobilize the environmental movement. More than 1 billion people now participate in Earth Day activities each year,making it the largest civic observance in the world.

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