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Rain Frog Apparel launches new bamboo clothing site
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Jan '09
The new Rain Frog Apparel bamboo clothing site features simple navigation that makes it easy to find eco-fashion for the whole family.

The site is currently seeking additional vendors to create drop-shipping agreements. Rain Frog Apparel, a bamboo clothing company based in Fullerton, California, has just relaunched its website with even easier navigation, plus new eco-fashions for babies, kids and moms.

Among the latest organic fashions are baby and kids' bamboo ringer tees in four bright colors, plus bamboo tank tops and V-necks for women. The tees are notoriously soft, comfortable and hypoallergenic, making them ideal for sensitive skin. With natural antibacterial properties, Rain Frog Apparel is also a favorite among outdoor enthusiasts, yogis, busy moms and others with active lifestyles.

The site also includes third-party eco-friendly vendors such as Lotus Blossom Style and Vintage Body Spa. Drop-shipping agreements with these vendors allows Rain Frog Apparel to feature a variety of sustainable products without the unnecessary extra trucking.

"We look forward to developing drop-shipping agreements with additional third-party vendors in 2009," says Rain Frog Apparel Founder and CEO Karen E. Spaeder. "Our goal is to make it easy to shop online for organic products in one convenient location."

Rain Frog Apparel, started in February 2007, offers bamboo and organic cotton clothing for women and children. The company donates at least 1 percent of annual sales to environmental organizations through its membership in the nonprofit 1% for the Planet, a growing global consortium of more than 800 companies that donate to environmental causes. For 2008, Rain Frog Apparel selected the Wetlands Initiative and is currently deciding on a charity for 2009.

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