C2C Holdings, Inc. Announces Launch of ReProduct(TM) Sustainability Brand


C2C Holdings, Inc. Announces Launch of ReProduct(TM) Sustainability Brand

MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif., Sept. 11 / / -- C2C Holdings, Inc., whose objective is to profitably help eliminate waste by fostering the widespread adoption of products whose materials can be endlessly and sustainably remade into new products, announced today the re-launch of its branded business under the ReProduct(TM) brand.

"We are very excited to enter this new phase in the life of our business," said Richard Sootkoos, CEO of C2C Holdings, Inc. "We believe that the ReProduct(TM) brand very effectively conveys our core identity and value proposition. Through this new brand, we will continue enhancing corporations' ability to improve their bottom line by re-thinking the way in which products are initially ideated, designed and reused, with materials and processes that are healthy for both humans and the environment. In fact, we are looking forward to making the term ReProducting(TM) part of the daily vocabulary of forward-thinking corporations and individuals in the US and abroad."

About C2C Holdings, Inc.

C2C Holdings, Inc., based in Manhattan Beach, California, was founded by entrepreneur and philanthropist Bernard J. David. Investors in the company's only funding round to date include Pierre Omidyar's Ohana Holdings, LLC, as well as other successful entrepreneurs, current and former Fortune 100 company executives, government officials, and individuals of high net-worth.

The company uses a licensing model to make its methods available to industrial and consumer-facing businesses. Its first initiative, among many in the pipeline, is focused on the written substrate category, where the company is bringing to market, with a number of partners, greeting cards and other stationery items printed on polymer based materials that can efficiently be reused in other products.

Taking aim at a $7.5 billion market, the ReProduct(TM) patent-pending greeting card is sent in a two-way OPP envelope Once the recipient no longer wants the card, he simply places it in the postage paid return portion of the envelope and sends it to Shaw Industries, where 100% of the card is ReProducted(TM) into new carpet tiles (for more information on this process, go to www.reproduct.net/.)

Over the last twelve months, a growing number of top-tier organizations have produced holiday/corporate cards using the ReProduct(TM) method. Cards are also sold on the company's website and through a direct sales force to corporations, non-profits, and elected officials, amongst others. Other product development initiatives in the pipeline are also focused on areas where the ReProduct(TM) method offers both financially and environmentally superior alternatives to traditional materials and processes.

For more information, please visit: www.reproduct.net/ or contact us at info@rerproduct.net

For sales and partnership opportunities contact: partners@reproduct.net

For marketing / PR questions contact: marketing@reproduct.net

Source: C2C Holdings, Inc.

CONTACT: Karyn Pless of C2C Holdings, Inc., +1-484-595-0289, Kpless@reproduct.net

Web site: www.reproduct.net/

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