Citizen Ciao Philanthropic clothing line with style

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Philanthropic clothing doesn’t usually mean stylish, until now

Roby Turner, the owner approached us to help with some marketing for his brand Citizen Ciao, through our online marketing entity for philanthropic clothing and other websites, GlobalGoodMedia.com.

As a social entrepreneur who donates money to great causes through his brand out of clothing sale revenues he was interested in finding ways to reach new consumers and essentially Global Gooders.

The Citizen Ciao clothing line carries mens and womens clothing that is ready to wear. You can shop for hers or his online on their store.

 

Connect with them on Facebook Here: https://www.facebook.com/citizenciao

Citizen Ciao Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/citizenciaolife

 

 

Check out their online store at: http://www.citizenciao.com/

 

Snapshot of their online store, complete with a cool relaxing wood theme:

 

Check out some of their Youtube Videos:
View their youtube directly: http://www.youtube.com/user/CitizenCiao

 

UTOPIA by Pacific Republic Citizen Ciao Company Commercial

 

 

EPIPHANY by Citizen Ciao

 

EUPHORIA by Citizen Ciao

 

 

What does Philanthropy Mean ( WIKIPEDIA ) 

“Philanthropist” redirects here. For other uses, see Philanthropist (disambiguation).

Philanthropy etymologically means “the love of love in the sense of caring for, nourishing, developing, or enhancing; humanity in the sense of “what it is to be human,” or “human potential.” In modern practical terms, it is “private initiatives for public good, focusing on quality of life“—balancing the social-scientific aspect emphasized in the 20th century, with the long-traditional and original humanist core of the word’s ancient coinage. This formulation distinguishes it from business (private initiatives for private good, focusing on material prosperity) and government (public initiatives for public good, focusing on law and order).[1]

 

 

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