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Vote Green on Forbes.com's "Boost Your Business" Contest by Choosing Recycline!

Submitted by: Recycline, Inc.

Categories: Green Products & Services, Ratings & Awards

Posted: Sep 12, 2007 – 04:36 PM EST


Sep. 12 /CSRwire/ - WALTHAM, MA - September 12, 2007 - Recycline, Inc., a Social Venture Network member and leading environmental consumer products company, is one of 20 companies out of 1,000 selected as a semi-finalist in the Forbes.com Boost Your Business competition. Cast your vote for Recycline to help them win the $100,000 prize, introduce Preserve products far and wide, and conserve the planet in the process.

Recycline's Preserve line offer consumers great looking, high performing, environmentally-friendly household products. Preserve's current products include personal care (toothbrushes, razors) and tableware made out of 100% recycled plastic including Stonyfield Farm yogurt cups. All products are also recyclable in communities with #5 recycling programs.

Recycline is excited about the possibility of spreading their message - using the earth's resources more efficiently to give consumers better choices for the everyday products we all use. You can see their pitch and vote for them at: http://www.forbes.com/byb/byb07_recycline.html

Recycline is a pioneer in green product design and has been at the forefront of cutting edge, environmentally-friendly home goods for more than 10 years. Originally founded in 1996 in response to the rise in recycling programs and overall interest in the environment among U.S. consumers, its mission is to deliver consumer products that offer great looking design, high performance and are better for the environment than alternative products.

To learn more about Recycline and the Preserve brand, please visit www.recycline.com or call 888-354-7296.

For more information, please contact:

Aimee Bianca YC Media
Phone: 212-609-5009 ext 4


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