Help Japanese Tsunami victims and get a free SendStation PocketDock iPod/iPhone adapter in return
Frankfurt/Main, Germany March 23, 2011 German accessory maker SendStation is donating 1,500 PocketDocks, its popular adapters allowing you to sync & charge an iPod/iPhone/iPad with an existing USB (or if supported, FireWire) cable/charger, for relief to the earthquake and Tsunami victims in Japan. Buy one (or more) and SendStation waives any profits from the sale and donates the price ENTIRELY (!) to the Japanese Red Cross. The donation receipt will be posted at www.sendstation.com as soon as available.
“11 days after the 9.0-magnitude megathrust earthquake and its consecutive Tsunami hit Japan, with the focus now being on the Fukushima nuclear disaster, one shouldn’t forget about the people who have lost not only their home, but in many cases also their loved ones,” says André Klein, SendStation’s President. “More than 20,000 people have been reported dead or missing, some 380,000 people are homeless or have been evacuated and are staying at about 2,200 shelters. Help us to help them - and get a free PocketDock in return.”
Here’s how it works:
Visit www.sendstation.com and click on ‘Store’. Select from the following models, both at a special, discounted campaign price. Feel free to get extra ones for family & friends - there is no quantity limit. Again, every penny will be donated.
To underline its effort, SendStation also bears half of the shipping cost during the campaign, which means you pay no more than USD/EUR 2.90 for shipping, no matter where you are located.
SendStation ran similar charity campaigns in 2004 to support Tsunami victims in South East Asia and in 2005 to fight hunger in Niger.
Offer limited to 1,000 PocketDock Combo and 500 PocketDock FireWire.
For additional info visit www.sendstation.com.
About SendStation Systems
SendStation Systems, a company based in Frankfurt, Germany, designs and manufactures world-class iPod and Mac accessories. As one of the initial five authorized suppliers since the iPod took off in 2003, SendStation Systems has launched its series of successful PocketDock iPod adapters. Products are available through thousands of retailers around the globe including Apple Stores worldwide. More information about SendStation Systems is available at www.sendstation.com.