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Thursday, October 27, 2011

My Groovy Planet Review and Giveaway

My Groovy Planet is a monthly subscription program that promotes recycling, fair trade, volunteering and doing what we can as individuals to make a difference in this world.  The welcome package isn’t anything to really get excited over, (contents are listed below), the first month’s kit was really neat!  It made me even more excited about the concept of this company and even more glad that I am able to help promote it! They  have since changed the set up so that you receive the welcome package and the first kit at the SAME time!  A positive change in my opinion!
So, let me lay it out for you:

For $11.99 plus $2.95 S&H per month (10% and 20% discounts apply for 6mo and 12mo memberships) you first receive your welcome kit, which consists of:

My first month package consisted of the following:
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(First month kits will vary, there is not a set order, you will receive which ever kit is going out the month you register, so all subscribers receive the same kit every month)
We thought the straws were really neat, and I loved that the purchase of this kit went to helping the people of Laos make a living.  The information with the straws, taught us more about Laos, and we also learned about the high use of straws and ways that we can minimize the trash by using reusable straws such as the bamboo straws from Laos. 
My kids are always asking to use straws, they thought it was really neat to be able to use these ones!
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I think these kits are a great way to learn about our world and how we can make a difference in it!
For more information or to purchase a subscription Click here to visit Groovy Planet.
Now for the giveaway.  My Groovy Planet has graciously offered to giveaway one welcome packet and a one month subscription package to ONE lucky winner.  Please use the Rafflecopter form below to enter, mandatory entry must be completed to qualify for addition entries.  Please answer the questions as stated, Thank you!



I connected with this company for this campaign through Business2Blogger.com
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11 comments:

  1. Oh, how neat! We've been slowly, but steadily getting more and more "green".

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  2. Sorry my comment went through too quickly. Anyway.. great giveaway. What do I do? We'll I've lived the green life for a very long time. I use only holistic medicine; I homebirthed (you wouldn't believe the waste caused by hospitals!); cloth diapered; breastfed and use only natural, handmade personal and cleaning products. There are no toxic chemicals in our house. I also own a green cleaning service. As well, I cook from scratch eliminating all the waste from processed food packaging.

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  3. I entered we are learning more and more about being green. This is very important over here in the UK and we are recycling more and more:)

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  4. Not sure my first comment went thru as it did something funky. Anyway we are recycling more and this would be great for the kids:)

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  5. We are studying World Geography this year so this is worth looking at. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  6. We are trying to reuse and recycle items at home to make many of the gifts we will give for Christmas, this year.

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  7. We have been recycling EVERYTHING that we can find to use for art lessons. We have made so many neat projects, and my son gets a big kick out of making 'new' things out of 'old' things :)

    mdlangmead at gmail dot com

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  8. My husband's birthday was on the 29th and I taped together pretty magazine pages and wrapped his present, then I used more magazine pages and made the best bow! I usually always use newspaper funny's to wrap presents:) This year for Christmas I will be doing the same! It looks to gorgeous too!

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  9. Love this!
    Thank you SO much for sharing with NOBH...
    ~Kara @ The Chuppies/NOBH

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