An Easy Way Of Giving And Getting Free Stuff Across America Helping You And Others

Top Quote Free stuff will be available across America everyday. It's a new proposal by GIVINGETTING an innovative website. Many of us own valuable stuff we just don't want anymore. Now you can give free stuff for reuse by others. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) May 26, 2010 - Do you have a few items that you no longer need, but don't want to throw away?
    If so, then you're lucky because there is a new website where you can Give or Get free Stuff to be reuse.

    Free stuff will be available across America everyday. It's a new proposal by an innovative website, hosting in Boca Raton, Florida. Dario Arango, founder tells us "This could help millions around world, while diminishing landfills, reducing clutter, and boosting the economy. Very important, no one has to write a check, make a call, or move from home, just need internet. When you give free to others you are really helping to improve their life, also you´re improving your own life."

    "Many of us own valuable stuff we just don't want anymore. But instead of giving it away or selling it, we allow it to clutter our households and businesses. Now you can donating free stuff for reuse by others. There are millions of great items are just wasted, taking up space and there are many people who can reuse them," Arango says. "We are all at different stages of our lives. Sometimes we're on the giving end of give free stuff; sometimes we're on the receiving end."

    Wouldn't it be cool if we could magically shift ownership this free stuff, with zero effort and little time? For instance, you bought a new TV this month, so the old TV will go out in few days and will hopefully move on to a good home. That's how works donating free stuff for reuse.

    Every six months, Arango says, make a list of your valuable, but unwanted stuff and post it in GIVINGETTING´s website. Be aware that it's not to get rid of anything you wouldn't use yourself. Just safe, valuable items, no trash, illegal or dangerous items. No food, drugs, chemicals, or weapons.

    The issue is creating momentum and rallying people around the concept to make it a national movement of giving free stuff for reuse. The more awareness we create will help raise the idea. Arango´s proposal should be promote for all in social media, like Twitter or Facebook. The more we give the more we get.

    Few days ago, a proposal called "Give Your Stuff Away Day" became an official day. Last month, Connecticut Governor M. Jodi Rell became the first elected official to issue a proclamation in Connecticut. To read about it: The difference is that in this website everyday could be a "giving day"

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