Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Light a Candle for Earth

I believe that we should all take part in conserving our resources to save Earth.
I think we're all too spoiled, with all that's been discovered/developed for the 21st century.
So, this time, why don't we try a dose of simplicity for a change? Join Earth Hour this March 27, as we shut off all the lights and all forms of electricity
from 8:30-9:30 p.m. in honor of Mother Earth. I'm sure you'll be able to find something to do, or bond with your loved ones
without TV or game consoles. I have a friend who played board games to pass away the time. You'll be amazed at what kind of closeness you'll have after that ;)

In support of Earth Hour, Charles & Keith support Earth Hour by giving away a limited number of lavender-scented candles. Read on to find out how:

Worth the candle

Since launching in 2007 in Sydney, Australia, the Earth hour has become the world’s largest initiative for climate change. Starting from 2.2 million homes & businesses that took part in switching their lights off for an hour, it has become a global movement with hundreds of millions of people from across 4,000 cities in 88 countries pledging their support for the planet.

Charles & Keith shares in the global efforts of the Earth Hour in raising awareness on the need to take action on climate change. On March 27, 2010, Charles & Keith stores nationwide will switch off several lights from their stores for a full hour in support of this global initiative.

Charles & Keith also encourage its customers to take part in the worldwide event through the “Charles & Keith supports Earth Hour tea-light candle” campaign. Every regular purchase of Charles & Keith footwear and/or bag allows the customer to claim a lavender-scented candle made of environmentally friendly crystalline blend palm wax especially designed for the Earth Hour. This will only be available from the opening hours of the stores on March 27 while supplies last.

For more information, please visit The landing and homepage banner of the website will also go on a darker color shade to signify its support for the event.

Earth Hour is a global warming initiative, a message of hope and a worldwide call to action for every individual, government and business to take responsibility and play a part in ensuring a sustainable future.

Every action will make a difference.

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