Loveland, CO, June 26, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- A newly designed website was just released by a 23 year old girl in Colorado. After the recent tornado strike near her home she was inspired to rally together online social junkies together to support the Red Cross.
thefamewall.com is where facebookers and myspacers can post their photo and link on the "Wall of Fame". Small photos are $1 and large ones are $5. Sponsors can also buy ad space. All the profits will go to the Red Cross. The idea behind the site is that there are millions of "face-spacers" out there and if they all joined together in this campaign the results would set records and make history.
"I get made fun of by many older adults for constantly being on facebook and myspace and here’s our chance to show that we're not internet bums and we can do some real good", says the young website creator.
The idea behind the website is truly revolutionary and is already drawing high traffic despite only being on line for 24 hours. This website deserves some attention and support.