Grand Island, NE, August 28, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Saturday August 29th, in over 300 cities, Independent Music Stores across America are declaring music has gone Green. The public is invited to enjoy a free wheat-based biodegradable guitar pick at participating music stores. When these award winning Wheatware™ guitar picks and drumsticks wear out, they can be placed in a compost bin, becoming earth-safe fertilizer in 90 days. Wheatware’s mission is to help save ancient forests, reduce oil reliance and expand green manufacturing jobs in the USA.
Made by Wheatware™ in the USA, they are proclaimed a green “Solution” on CNN and a Modern Marvel on the History Channel. Also reviewed in Scientific American, Oprah Magazine and dozens of publications.
Wheatware™ CEO, Warren J. Kirsch, said, “Wheatware™ is good for the environment, U.S. Farmers, U.S. economy, and green U.S. manufacturing, yet, as a musicrldwide will have a chance to feel this inspiration and new sound as well. We areian, using these wheat guitar picks, I feel inspired for writing music. I hope guitarists wo pleased to see that the public can go into independent music stores in 300 cities on Saturday, August 29th, to get their first experience of a wheat guitar pick to play with --- Free.”
To find a store: go to the Wheatware.com Store Locator.
Free Green Music Products On Saturday.
In 49 states, music stores are introducing these award-winning, crop-based solutions to plastic guitar picks and wood drumsticks. These products are made at Wheatware’s manufacturing factory in Grand Island, Nebraska, USA.
Little Kids Rock.org a non-profit educational organization to promote music at disadvantaged schools, is sending out wheat guitar picks to 1,000 schools across the USA to support kids learning music and conserving our environment.
Hundreds of Music Stores Have Now Gone Green Globally
Wheatware™ is carried by over 520 music stores, in 49 states in the USA, and now sold globally in 11 countries. Wheatware™ is spreading around the planet.
A Green USA Product expanding.
Wheatware™ has been reinventing the music industry, while experiencing A LOT OF PRESS. Their biodegradable products were enthusiastically received at the Live Earth International Concert Events, Leonardo DiCaprio’s 11th Hour Premiere, the Emmys Green Room, Wired Magazine’s Living Home, the 2009 Grammies and NAACP Image Awards, and at a number of high profile Film and Art Festivals. In just 4 months, hundreds of thousands of picks were sold across America.
Wheatware claims it’s wheat-based bio-technology offers a vast diversity of applications, from computers, keyboards and mouse, to desks, chairs and office acccessories, even toys, sports and medical products. Perhaps, this is just the beginning of greening our world.
Get Free Green Music Products On Saturday.
See Wheatware.com Store Locator.