moms-exchange.com: BUY 1 SELL 1 HELP 1 CHILD


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: September 7, 2010

Media Contact: Sarah Donovan
Phone: 703-674-7607 or 703-825-8626
E-mail: info@moms-exchange.com
Web site: www.moms-exchange.com



BUY one SELL one HELP ONE CHILD

All of September when you buy or sell on moms-exchange.com you will be contributing to the save the children foundation. All commissions paid on closed auctions for the month of September will go towards the save the children foundation.

Moms-exchange.com a niche auction site where moms and moms-to-be can BID BUY SELL or SWAP almost anything under the sun. From clothes, toys and baby gear to cars and holidays, you can list any item for auction FREE. Unlike Ebay moms-exchange.com doesn’t charge any fees to list items, only a small commission is charged once your item is sold. Also unlike ebay which is filled with wholesalers and dealers whose prices and display ads you can’t compete with, moms-exchange.com caters only to moms and mom owned businesses nationwide.

So join us today in our efforts to raise funds for the save the children foundation by pledging to BUY ONE item and SELL ONE item on moms-exchange.com to HELP ONE CHILD.

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MEDIA AVAILABILTY:

Contact: Sarah Donovan, info@moms-exchange.com, 703-674-7607

For more information please call or e-mail the media contact above or visit: www.moms-exchange.com

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