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Sunday, April 20, 2014

Want More Customers? Expose Your Green Side

We've allowed big corporate agri factories, and others, dictate what we eat, drink and basically how we should live our lives. They've accomplished that end through massive 24/7 TV ad campaigns, spending billions junking up America.

And it's worked. As a result we rank dead last in health care, we have the highest rate of cancer, heart disease, obesity and abuse more alcohol, prescription and illicit drugs. Nearly 49 million Americans live in poverty and struggle to put food on the table, but yet we throw away 165 billion dollars worth of food every year!

Consumers are Starting to Get It
Inspite of the corporate and political propaganda machine protecting and promoting the antiquated toxic fossil fuel based economy -- consumers are starting to get it.

They want to know what's in their food, their water, even the building materials going into their house. Going Green is now dominating businesses. Growth rates of "green" segments are outpacing conventional segments in every industry.

Green is Big and Getting Bigger
The green industry—businesses that focus on protecting the environment, reducing pollution, and conserving natural resources—shows few signs of slowing down. There are tremendous opportunities with the color green, or in the "common sense" field.

 Tourism is the largest business sector in the world economy, and Ecotourism is growing at three times the rate of the tourism sector itself, and demanding more knowledgeable workers committed to sustainability.

However, if businesses do not move to take advantage of the growing market potential they will be left behind -- Let your customers and clients know that you support a Green, or a common sense environment.  We invite you to check out our advertising and marketing plans to see how you can benefit by exposing your 'green side.'

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