Echo Design's Share The Warmth: It's Better Than BOGO

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Echo Design launched Share The Warmth on Monday in partnership with Fashion Delivers, a national non-profit organization dedicated to providing donated apparel to charities across the country.

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From November 11 through December 1, Echo Design will donate two items to those affected by Hurricane Sandy last year with each cold weather item sold online. The charitable promotion invites shoppers to help ensure that people in need stay warm this winter.

"Giving back has always been part of our ninety-year heritage and this holiday season, we are proud to partner with Fashion Delivers," says Lynn Roberts, Vice President of Communications at Echo Design. "There is a need to continue to support communities affected by Hurricane Sandy and we hope to provide warmth in the cold months ahead by donating winter scarfs, hats and gloves to those in need."

Fashion Delivers Chairman, Allan Ellinger, said that he hopes consumers will see the greater value in "sharing the warmth" while purchasing beautiful products. He said, "We're counting on the generosity of companies like Echo Design, as well as their customers, to help keep people warm this winter."

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