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“Make Mine Chocolate” Campaign Sweetens Easter Holiday for Bunnies

Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) March 19, 2005

With Easter quickly approaching, bunny experts embrace “Make Mine Chocolate” campaign to bring attention to bunny welfare. The Columbus House Rabbit Society initiated the “Make Mine Chocolate” campaign in 2002 to spread compassionate education intended to save thousands of bunnies from abandonment, relinquishment, and other ill fates.

Arizona’s Premier Rabbit Experts, Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue [BHHR] supports the nationwide campaign and has included the “Make Mine Chocolate” slogan at local adoption events, in education materials and on volunteer t-shirts.

BHHR Director Kim Dezelon personally supports this campaign. As a bunny expert she knows first hand the dangers of gifting a pet bunny to a child for Easter. Kim Dezelon emphasizes; “contrary to a popular myth children and bunnies are often not a good combination”, she adds; “children like to hold pets and bunnies do not usually like being held, making them unsuitable companions for small children”, she adds, “they can also exhibit natural fight or flight reactions when scared, such as scratching or biting”.

More Myths; Another popular myth is that bunnies are easy to care for. The reality is they are very delicate animals requiring specialized veterinary, unique diets care and ongoing maintenance which is often unsuitable or overwhelming for a child or busy family. More myths include the belief that bunnies can live in a backyard. This is not true. Bunnies are very susceptible to heat and dehydration and can easily become prey to AZÂ’s native predators, stray dogs and cats and can even drown in backyard swimming pools if left unattended.

Dezelon states “People often realize after getting a bunny that they are a huge responsibility”. This regret can often have devastating consequences. Pet rabbits are often “set free” in neighborhoods and become victims of many environmental factors. If they are fortunate enough to be rescued, they often require extensive veterinary care and long term rehabilitation. BHHR urges parents to honor bunnies in other ways with stuffed animals, books or as the slogan implies, with chocolate bunnies.

“Make Mine Chocolate” Pin; As with any great charitable or social cause, a special chocolate bunny pin and ribbon has been designed to support the “Make Mine Chocolate” message [photograph available on website]

The chocolate bunny shaped pin appeals to jewelry lovers and bunny lovers and includes a delicate ribbon for aesthetic value. The special pin reminds parents and grandparents that chocolate bunnies are a more responsible, compassionate gift for children and grandchildren this Easter. The pins are available for a $ 5.00 donation at the Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue Website located at http://www.bhrabbitrescue.org.

Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue Organization is maintaining a moratorium on bunny adoptions from March 12th through April 2nd to discourage people from adopting bunnies as Easter presents. More information about this moratorium and other interesting organization facts can be found at the groupÂ’s website or by contacting Kim Dezelon directly.

Contact Information:

To Interview Kim Dezelon of BHHR call 480-443-3990 or

email brambleyhedge@cox.net

Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue Website: http://www.bhrabbitrescue.org

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Mediaplanet’s “Organic Living” Campaign Raises Awareness About What Nature Invented, With the Help of Partner TEALUX

New York (PRWEB) July 28, 2014

Mediaplanet announced distribution of its third cross-platform edition of ?Organic Living? on March 12th, a campaign that aims to raise awareness about the benefits of an organic lifestyle. In partnership with industry leader TEALUX, a premium loose leaf tea shop offering over 100 Certified Organic teas, the campaign provides readers with educational insight about the accessibility and growth in recent years that continues to propel the industry forward and make conscious organic choices an option for all.

The print component of ?Organic Living? was distributed within the weekend edition of The Washington Post in the D.C. metro area, with a circulation of approximately 450,684 copies and an estimated readership of 1.3 million. Its digital component was distributed nationally through a vast social media strategy and across a network of top news sites and partner outlets. To explore the digital version of the campaign, click here.

A higher standard of quality, purity and overall wellbeing has always been a mission for TEALUX.

?We are proud to offer Certified Organic tea for our customers. Scientists have proven many health and environmental risks linked to genetically modified foods. As a result of these risks, many people in the United States, Canada, Europe, Japan and other countries are demanding non-genetically modified foods. Non-GMO Project Verified and Certified Organic products are produced without genetic engineering or recombinant technologies. Enjoying organic teas from TEALUX offers assurance against the risks of genetic engineering because GMO substances are prohibited in organic production,? stated Dimitriy Fedosyev, Founder of TEALUX.

The campaign focuses on living an organic lifestyle through the acknowledgement of product labels, ingredients, where it comes from and consideration of the profound effects it has on society and the planet. Inspiration is achieved through stories of passion, research and discovery.

This campaign was made possible with the support of the organic, eco-friendly, vegan actress, Emily Deschanel, The Organic Trade Association, The Non-GMO Project, Fair Trade USA and Just Label It.

About TEALUX, Inc.

TEALUX is a unique place for the tea lovers. Importing the finest teas from China, Japan, India, South America and Africa, TEALUX is aiming to provide the highest level of customer service and the highest quality of tea products for experienced connoisseur as well as for someone new to the tea world.

About Mediaplanet

Mediaplanet is the leading independent publisher of content-marketing campaigns covering a variety of topics and industries. We turn consumer interest into action by providing readers with motivational editorial, pairing it with relevant advertisers, and distributing it within top newspapers and online platforms around the world.

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Lauren Hubbard