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CafePress unveils organic apparel collection
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Apr '09
CafePress, the leader of user-generated commerce, marries sustainability and self-expression with the launch of an organic clothing line. The collection includes eco-fabulous, super-soft T-shirts for men, women, children and even babies.

Through create-and-buy design tools on CafePress, shoppers can add their photos and digital art to the collection's 100 percent organic combed ring-spun cotton shirts from American Apparel and Econscious. Consumers can also shop thousands of organic products designed by CafePress' community of users, featuring styles that will let the whole family strut their green-chic personality.

“CafePress is all about passion and personal expression; and, these days nothing is more passionate and socially relevant than eco-conscious living,” said CafePress Vice President of Marketing Amy Maniatis. “Through CafePress' new organic clothing line, our community can wear their passions loud and proud while living a little greener.”

In addition to the new organic apparel collection, CafePress has partnered with Carbonfund.org to launch a special edition carbon-neutral T-shirt in honor of Earth Day. Through this collaboration, CafePress helps spread Carbonfund.org's message to reduce carbon emissions in an earth-friendly, wearable way while giving back to the organization to further its climate efforts.

Certified CarbonFree by Carbonfund.org's Product Certification Program, the high-quality, pre-shrunk AnvilRecycled T-shirt features 69 percent pre-consumer recycled cotton.

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