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Christmas Lights Etc Donates 10% of Sales

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Christmas Lights Etc, one of the largest online U.S. retailers of Christmas Lights, Artificial Christmas Trees and Outdoor Christmas Decor, is supporting the American Red Cross to help disaster victims like those affected by recent Hurricane Sandy.Christmas Lights Etc will assist the relief effort by donating 10% of retail purchases to the American Red Cross. All products sold on the website are eligible for the program, includingChristmas lights, artificial Christmas trees and holiday decor.


When shoppers enter the coupon code sandy at checkout, 10% of the sale will be donated to the American Red Cross disaster relief, helping those impacted by disasters like Hurricane Sandy. “The magnitude of damage this storm caused is beyond comprehension. We can’t imagine the hardship those impacted are dealing with.” said Mike Streb, Director of Sales. Streb went on to comment how impressive the American Red Cross is in responding to these horrific situations, saying “they are always the first ones in and last ones out when a disaster hits”. 


These feelings are shared by the entire company, Co-Founder William Hale, “The Northeast region has always been a loyal customer base for us, now it’s our turn to repay our friends in need. We are honored to be able to support the Red Cross and help our neighbors in the Northeast.” The program will run from November 5th through November 11th, during the most active period for the online retailer in order to boost donation levels. 


For more information about the American Red Cross and current disaster relief operations, please visit www.redcross.org.  

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