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Socialaundry's ReNew Jersey Campaign Apparel Now Sold at HMSHost Travel Plaza Locations Throughout New Jersey
Proceeds Will Be Donated to the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund

TRENTON, NJ -- (Marketwire) -- 02/04/13 -- Socialaundry™, a socially conscious online apparel company dedicated to supporting charitable causes, is proud to announce that its recently launched "ReNew Jersey" clothing line will now be sold in HMSHost's travel plaza locations along the New Jersey Turnpike and Garden State Parkway beginning early February. Proceeds from the specially designed apparel will be donated to the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund. Supporters can also view and purchase items on the Socialaundry Web site: www.socialaundry.com/renewjersey.

"By partnering with HMSHost we will be able to reach the thousands of people who frequent travel plaza locations along the New Jersey Turnpike and Garden State Parkway. Our partnership provides a unique and significant way to increase donations while also providing a way to show support for renewing the Shore," said Jeff Harwood of Socialaundry.

Greg Dion, Senior Director of Operations for HMSHost, added, "We look forward to our partnership with Socialaundry's ReNew Jersey Campaign and feel very optimistic that by working together we can help victims and communities that were greatly affected and bring some much needed financial aid."

Socialaundry's ReNew Jersey clothing line includes a selection of men's and women's T-shirts. The T-shirts will be available at the following HMSHost locations:

  • Absecon Gift Shop, Mile Marker 41.3, Garden State Parkway
  • Cheesequake Travel Mart, Mile Marker 124, Garden State Parkway
  • Forked River Gift Shop, Mile Marker 74.5, Garden State Parkway
  • Joyce Kilmer Travel Mart, Mile Marker 78.7 North, New Jersey Turnpike
  • Molly Pitcher Travel Mart, Mile Marker 71.7 South, New Jersey Turnpike
  • Monmouth Gift Shop, Mile Marker 100, Garden State Parkway
  • Montvale Travel Mart, Mile Marker 173, Garden State Parkway
  • Thomas Edison, Mile Marker 92.9 South, New Jersey Turnpike

Socialaundry's ReNew Jersey clothing line is 100 percent made in the USA and was designed by contributing artists Kristina Arellano, Chad Fenoglio and Chris Miller.

About Socialaundry
Socialaundry™ raises funds, cultivates awareness and develops relationships for America's leading non-profits, charities and foundations with exclusively designed, distinctive apparel and goods that are 100% made in the USA. More information on Socialaundry can be found at www.socialaundry.com. You can also follow Socialaundry on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/Socialaundry, or Twitter at www.twitter.com/socialaundry.
Socialaundry is a trademark of CRUSSHD, LLC. All other trademarks or registered trademarks are properties of their respective companies.

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