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Environmental Elephants Promote Environmental Awareness Campaign: "Remember to Protect-it"


AUSTIN, TX July 10, 2008 - Computer Recycling For Education® today launched a North American promotional campaign to promote environmental protection in an effort to educate the public on protecting the environment. The campaign features a family of cartoon characters named the Environmental Elephants, that remind us of environmental protection through their proclamation, “Remember to Protect-it”. ™

The Environmental Elephants were created to remind the public to protect the Earth in the areas of; resource conservation, air pollution prevention, energy conservation, wildlife conservation, ecosystems, recycling, hazardous waste prevention, electronics waste, water pollution prevention, green house gas prevention, global warning, urban design, sustainability, and green themes. “The time is right for universal ambassadors like the Environmental Elephants to promote environmental protection with green agendas like anti-global warming and the G-8 Summit receiving international attention.” said President Al Chaney.

Environmental Elephant promotional items such as T-Shirts, sweatshirts, tote bags, calendars, buttons, posters, and caps, etc., over seventy products can be purchased at:
This is an opportunity to be the first to own a product with a truly universal theme for global environmental protection. The “Remember to Protect-it” slogan will soon be the internationally recognized phrase for protecting the Earth’s environment. Be proud of green! Become green, promote green and protect the environment. Own something now!

Computer Recycling For Education is also promoting the licensing of the Environmental Elephants and Ewaste Eddie. Your company, business, organization, governmental agency, association, environmental club, or school can enhance its public image by promoting environmental protection. Character licensing of the Environmental Elephants can add multiple streams of income to your existing business. Consider the possibilities!

For information regarding character licensing contact:

Al Chaney, President
Computer Recycling For Education
12118 Walnut Park Crossing #135
Austin, TX 78753
512-248-2999 Office
916-248-2999 Cell


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