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Contact: Robin Rossmanith
Shop To Stop Slavery
4613 Ramona Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32205
Cyber Monday Can Be Hassle-Free When Socially Conscious Consumers Use ShoptoStopSlavery.com
Shop to Stop Slavery is the online guide for socially conscious internet shoppers eager for Cyber Monday.
Jacksonville, FL, November 25, 2010 — Just in time for Cyber Monday, ShoptoStopSlavery.com, which aims to help shoppers connect with retailers that are socially responsible, has released the 2010 Ethical Christmas and Holiday Gift Guide. Cyber Monday shoppers can view the guide which directs consumers to almost 100 stores that sell fair trade and ethically made products ideal for gift giving this holiday season. The guide is separated into shopping by cause or by department. The 2010 Ethical Christmas and Holiday Gift Guide will save shoppers hours of online searching for the perfect present.
Cyber Monday, scheduled for November 29th, will be the online equivalent to Black Friday for online retailers. Many online stores will experience a boost in sales as shoppers continue their weekend holiday shopping spree over the internet. Consumers looking for unique and hard to find products will peruse the web in search of the right present at the right price. For those looking for socially conscious gifts, the web is the best source for finding products on Cyber Monday or any other day.
According to Shop To Stop Slavery creator Robin Rossmanith “On Cyber Mondays in years past, it would take me hours of online research to find the quality of products I wanted, in the price range I was looking for, that met the guidelines I had established for buying ethically.”
Shop to Stop Slavery has made the Cyber Monday search infinitely easier. With the release of the 2010 Ethical Christmas and Holiday Gift Guide consumers have clickable links to stores that sell “fair trade certified” items, and to online retailers that have guidelines for the ethical treatment of workers that make the products. Shop to Stop Slavery will also share discounts and specials from stores listed in the guide via facebook, twitter, and the blog throughout Cyber Monday.
Robin Rossmanith says, “Cyber Monday gift shopping does not have to be tiresome and frustrating; there are literally 100s of stores online that have proven ethical practices at great prices.”
Shop to Stop Slavery connects the gift buyer with the retailer, eliminating hours of online research. It is socially conscious shopping made easy. Online shoppers will have an easy day of shopping on Cyber Monday, thanks to this gift guide and Shop to Stop Slavery’s postings of discounts and coupon codes. The 2010 Ethical Christmas and Holiday Gift Guide can be viewed at www.ShopToStopSlavery.com/Gift-Guide and is also available for download.
Shop to Stop Slavery provides an opportunity for everyone to engage in the fight against human trafficking. If 1 in 5 shoppers change their shopping habits it will change an industry that profits from the enslavement of others. This Cyber Monday consumers can take a stand against slavery by purchasing fair trade and ethically made goods.
For additional information, contact Robin at 1-904-838-5339 or online at www.ShoptoStopSlavery.com.
ShoptoStopSlavery.com is a blog created by anti-human trafficking activist Robin Rossmanith, outlining ways to increase awareness and help eliminate modern day slavery. As the co-chairperson of an anti-human trafficking task force, she has become intimately aware of the risks posed by these types of crimes. To get a copy of the 2010 Ethical Christmas & Holiday Gift Guide, go to www.ShoptoStopSlavery.com.