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Accessory Power Supports Pandas International by Raising Awareness of the Organization and Running Fundraiser

August 13, 2011

Accessory Power supports the nonprofit organization in efforts to preserve the Giant Panda and its habitat

Westlake Village, CA (PRWEB) August 11, 2011

With only approximately 1,600 wild pandas in existence around the world, the non-profit organization Pandas International has dedicated its efforts on educating the public, and raising money for research and the preservation of panda habitats.

After the 2008 earthquake in the Sichuan Province of China, the Wolong Giant Panda Reserve Center and the Chengdu Panda Breeding and Research Center were severely affected and Pandas International dedicated itself to raising money to provide medicine, food and electrical equipment to the reserves and neighboring communities. In addition, donations, like the one being made by Accessory Power, will be used to fund Pandas International’s Bamboo Project, a drive to replant bamboo destroyed by the earthquake.

To support these efforts, Accessory Power has launched a bold campaign to support and raise awareness of Pandas International to help the nonprofit organization in their efforts of raising $100,000 to plant new bamboo at the Wolong Giant Panda Reserve Center.

In efforts to raise awareness of the nonprofit organization and help Pandas International reach its goal of raising $100,000 by December, Accessory Power will donate 5% of net profits from sales of the Panda Pal Speaker System from Aug 1 through Nov 30 of 2011 to Pandas International’s Bamboo Project.

In addition to raising money for Pandas International’s Bamboo Project, Accessory Power also hopes to encourage Panda Pal owners to support the nonprofit organization, having included an informational section in the Panda Pal Instruction Manuals on Pandas International and their mission to protect and preserve the Giant Panda and its habitat.

“By choosing to use one of our most popular products to raise awareness of this organization and its important mission, we hope to encourage the public to do the same,” says Alexander Rocha, senior business development manager at Accessory Power.

To support Pandas International and help the non-profit organization with the new bamboo planting site at the Wolong Giant Panda Reserve Center, visit http://www.pandasinternational.org.

For more information on Accessory Power and its contribution to Pandas International, please visit http://www.AccessoryPower.com/pandapal.

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