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Planting Tomorrows Links the Virtual and Natural Worlds for Children

Constance Nelson, Founder/CEO of Planting Tomorrows, announces her new brand of children's entertainment, "Virnatural Edutainment" - linking the virtual and natural worlds to "Spark a Nature-Child Reunion."

Los Angeles, CA, April 09, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Constance Nelson, Founder/CEO of Planting Tomorrows, an innovative provider of "Virtnatural Entertainment" for children announces the worldwide launch of her flagship IP, "The Bark Buddie Trees" the week of April 6, 2014 at MIPTV in Cannes, France. In Cannes, the world will get a glimpse into the super natural world of the planet's only "celebri-trees" and the very first "treeality" show. Ms. Nelson's overall mission is to "Spark a Nature-Child Reunion" for ages 4-12 with her media content that links the virtual and natural worlds for children. Through her unique brand of entertainment Ms. Nelson says, "Children can benefit from a hybrid mind which engages computers/technology to process intellectual data and fun nature environments to spark their senses, accelerate their ability to learn, feel and be healthy."

Ms. Nelson was also recently honored as a new inductee into "Worldwide Branding" for her dedication, leadership and excellence in educational entertainment for children. "With each "episeed," I create a link that connects children to the marvelous intelligence of nature and plants seeds of motivation to get kids outdoors exploring, discovering and enjoying the wonders of nature."

Ms. Nelson's creative thought process and development skills make her an enthusiastic, effective advocate for children's health and education through her one of a kind brand of media content. "Children are suffering from a Vitamin 'N' - Nature deficiency and it's my mission to nurture that 'nature deficit disorder' by linking the virtual and natural worlds for them," she says.

For more information about Planting Tomorrows and other groundbreaking IP in development, visit the Planting Tomorrows website, email or telephone contact.
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Planting Tomorrows
Constance Nelson
304-545-8808
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www.plantingtomorrows.com
Constance "Connie" Nelson

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