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LAVANILA CELEBRATES EARTH MONTH 2012

Last year, we had an awesome time with our Earth Day initiative.  Adding to our already-successful partnership with the Nature Conservancy’s “Plant a Billion Trees” program (we “plant a tree” for every order placed on lavanila.com), we decided to PLANT A TREE for every facebook fan we received between 4/21/2011 and 4/22/2011 as a special homage to the very ecosystem that provides all of our 100% natural ingredients.

The program was a huge success for us – we added 700+ fans on facebook, and in turn we planted 700+ trees.  So naturally, we’re doing it again this year…but this time we’re upping the ante!!

We’re extending the dates because we’re celebrating Earth MONTH (not Earth Day).  And not only are we going to Plant a Tree for every new “like” on facebook between now and 4/30, we’re also going to give our entire community 30% off their entire purchase once we hit 4,000 “likes” (http://www.facebook.com/lavanilalabs).

All we ask is that you pass this along to your friends and family who will appreciate our vision and embrace our brand.  In return, we’ll plant hundreds (thousands??) of trees and give you 30% off any purchase on lavanila.com.

As usual, thanks for helping us SPREAD THE HEALTH!!

DETAILS

Dates:  April 10 thru April 30 (11:59pm EST on 4/30) 

Partner: The Nature Conservancy

 

ADDITIONAL FACTS

Why Trees?

Trees are a crucial part of the Earth’s ecosystem. They are green machines that naturally clean our air and water by absorbing pollutants and stabilizing soil.

What is LAVANILA’s interest in planting trees? 

LAVANILA is committed to business and manufacturing practices that minimize our impact on the environment.  Planting trees provides breathable air, drinkable water, fertile soils and a stable climate.  We are proud of our ability to make an immediate difference.

 

Who is the Nature Conservancy?

The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people.

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