People are talking and it's all good. 

Check out some of the things people are saying and the media platforms that have taken note ofGreen Changes. 

Some nice Valentines Day 2010 gift suggestions on Champagne Living for Green Changes. See the below write up and link.

For those Eco-Mama's who adhere to the 3 R's (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) there's nothing better than getting the GIFT of GREEN on Valentine's Day. NO, I'm not talking CASH here (although I certainly wouldn't turn it down).

I'm talking about

100% Organic T-shirts that you can wear PROUDLY as you spread the word that you support eco-friendly initiatives.

Green Changes offer fashionable T's that are uniquely green, right down to the vegetable dye that they're printed with.What a great gift for your daughter, wife or friend who is concerned about her carbon footprint.

My fave? This long A Line V-Neck T (only $28)  that's low cut enough to be a little flirty and long enough to be worn with your favorite pair of jeans or tights. Yes, indeed Green IS the New Black!

You can find Green Changes products via their online store, at  Whole Foods, as well as otherlocations nationwide.. And remember you can be fashionable AND green! 

www.champagneliving.net


Had a great time in LA and made it into the Goody Bags at the 2009 Emmy Awards! 


http://www.prweb.com/releases/2009emmyawards/9secretroomevents/prweb2834984.htm

Green Sleeves    

By Crissa Shoemaker DeBree
Bucks County Courier Times

Justine Kawas and Jodi Strober want to change the world, one T-shirt at a time. The two women, friends since Strober sold Kawas a home two years ago, have started a company called Green Changes that sells certified-organic cotton T-shirts with slogans like “Going, Going, Green” and “Green is the new black.”

Their line is targeting eco-conscious children and adults who want to do something to make a difference — and look cool doing it, Kawas and Strober said. “It's beyond just a T-shirt company,” said Kawas, who lives in Doylestown Township. “It's creating a way to spread the word.”

It was Strober's daughters and Kawas' husband who first started spreading the word. Strober said her daughters, ages 5, 9 and 13, learned about recycling and conservation in school, and it became a family project. Soon, they were distributing fliers around their East Rockhill neighborhood about how people could “go green.” At the same time, Ricky Kawas decided he wanted to start making screen-printed T-shirts, Justine Kawas said.

Strober, a real estate agent who also works for her brother's roofing company, and Kawas, who runs a chain of retail news outlets in New York City, started Green Changes in September.

Kawas has put her marketing savvy — “She can sell anything to anybody, anywhere,” Strober said — and her contacts in the publishing world to use. Green Changes will be in a half-dozen magazines early next year, Kawas said

“We're mainstream people trying to do the best we can do and make people aware,” Kawas said. “We're so far from passing judgment. It's the little things we can all become accountable for that makes a difference on a daily basis.”

The T-shirts, which come in a variety of sizes, colors and styles, range in price from $18 to $30. They're available on the company Web site, www.greenchanges.org, and at upscale retailers and salons including A Beautiful Life in New Hope and Annodam in Doylestown.

Each shirt is made from 100 percent certified-organic cotton and dyed using a chemical-free process. Almost all of the shirts are manufactured in Allentown and printed in Hatboro, Kawas said.

Green Changes shirts are also available for fund raisers, Kawas and Strober said. The two friends want to go global with their company and already have contacts in Europe and Australia. “There's no stopping us,” Strober said. “We want to get it out to everybody, everywhere.”

Said Kawas: “The real mission is to continue on the path of getting people involved. It's not just us selling shirts. It's people using it to raise funds and create awareness. The goal really is to get people to spread the good green word and join the movement.” http://www.phillyburbs.com/pb-dyn/news/147-12242008-1642998.html


Green Changes partners with Eco Activist and Actress Pleasant Wayne to promote the use of safe cosmetics in conjunction with the National efforts of www.safecosmetics.net

Bucks County, PA

September 2012

Green Changes – a fresh collection of organic, fashion T-shirts dedicated to the promotion of greener tomorrows, partners with Pleasant Wayne – Eco Activist and spokes model for The Campaign For Safer Cosmetics (CFSC). With a mutual dedication to our earth and our future they have created a 100% organic cotton Fashion T-Shirt designed to direct people to the educational mission of the www.safecosmetics.org. The campaign,

Be Beautiful. Be Free aims to raise awareness for the need to use cosmetics and personal care products that are free from dangerous chemicals.

The design of the T-Shirt features a luscious set of lips and the message "

Be beautiful. Be free." This fashion T-shirt will join the Green Changes product line already available in select Whole Foods Markets in the Mid-Atlantic Region, and can also be customized with a Salon, Spa or Specialty Retailer’s logo for wholesale purchase.

Empowered by Green Changes founder Justine Kawas, Pleasant Wayne’s dedication to the cause, and artwork from LaVO Marketing and Design, theBe Beautiful. Be Free. campaign is a shapely and eco-chic way to plant a seed in the community and create a local movement to show people that going green truly effects change.

Green Changes was founded with the commitment to educate, engage and empower the community with the ability to make a difference through the use of their products, marketing alliances and natural resources. This eco-chic team of passionate activists is a continued example of Green Changes’ intention.

PRESS CONTACT:

 Justine@greenchanges.org

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CONTACT:

Justine@greenchanges.org

http://www.greenchanges.org