The Gulf Oil Spill and Internet Marketers

Ok guys, listen up!

This is a call to all internet marketers and everyone all over the world because this effects us all!

The world is full of tragedy, mayhem, destruction but because of the generosity of others, like me and you, the world isĀ  a great place.

Stop! I know what you’re thinking…“Geeze……Now I’m being asked to donate money again for a cause that won’t effect me”

Wrong! You don’t need to donate money or time, because I’m sure you’re gonna say that you don’t have time, and we all know that’s a bunch of b.s.

You have time. You need to learn how to prioritize. Hey, it’s the truth. I’m in your face and I’m telling you. 24 hours are in a day you can read this email and make a difference.

A wonderful organization called A Matter of Trust, www.amatteroftrust.org, has put together a program that takes natural resources to help out with this disaster that, if not stopped shortly, will wash up on buy antibiotics online your shores.


ALL salons, groomers, alpaca and llama fleece farmers, individuals, & pet owners… can sign up to donate hair, fur, fleece, feathers, nylons and funding. Please do something.

Long Story Short, this is How it Works:

We shampoo because hair collects oil. Why should millions of pounds of absorbant, natural, renewable hair, fur, fleece clippings go to waste every day when there is something we can use them for to help the environment.

When there are oil spill emergencies ,thousands of salons, groomers, wool farmers, individuals mail in hair, fur, wool, clippings, swept up off their floors. The fibers are stuffed into recycled nylons and covered in mesh to make booms or, when possible, woven into hair mats.

We all know about shampooing our oily hair, but it took Phill McCrory, a stylist from Alabama, to realize that hair was an efficient and abundant material for collecting and containing petroleum spills. Phil’s company Ottimat.com sells hair mas made of hair purchased in China, where hair, fur and wool have been recycled for thousands of years. The mats are made there, where the textile industry is booming.

For over a decade, Ottimat has partnered Matter of Trust to orchestrate an International Natural Fiber Recycling Mobilization.

So please forward this to every one you know! Send it to your salon, barber or local sheep farmer.

The world will thank you for it and if you don’t want to pay $6.00/gallon of gas by Summer I would do it.

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