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$1 To Japan For Each Facebook Like

Our good friends at AViiQ who manufacture all kinds of mobile accessories, have just tweeted that they will reach out to those troubled in Japan by the recent catastrophic earthquake and tsunami by donating $1 for each Facebook like they receive. Japan was hit by one massive 8.9 richter earthquake early on the morning of 3/11, and they continue to experience seismic activity totaling over 100 tremors in the last 24 hours. This has also caused a catastrophic backlash across the global fault lines creating more activity from volcanos and other faults than normal. Not many people are thinking about relief just yet, but its good to start early. We know big organizations and governments will pool tax dollars claiming to provide relief once their marketing campaigns are perfected, but we saw how well they manage funds in the past; Katrina.  It’s up to us to make things happen.

All you have to do is Facebook Like AViiQ and they will donate $1 for each like to Japan’s cause via the American Red Cross. Rather than horrifying you with the images as i’m sure we will see no end to, here’s one to remember the beauty of Japan.  Our prayers are with you all.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Zachary-Rusk/1245545427 Zachary Rusk

    wow this story was posted on the 11th and idk how long this was around before the story was done, they have less then 3k likes. this being that old and with the way the twitter world works really surprises me. goddamn charile sheen got how many follows/likes on twitter how fast? this is sad

  • Anonymous

    Instead of putting a conditional “for every like we get”, why not do your part and donate straight up? It seems to me you’re using the disaster as a marketing tool.

    • Anonymous2

      Its one way for a business to measure a contribution, of course its marketing, they want you to know they care.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Zachary-Rusk/1245545427 Zachary Rusk

      lol, wait you thought all these companies really cared and didn’t just want their name repeated in the news over and over again