Tag Archives | Win-Win

…The Ice Cream Man is coming?

Ice Cream Man

Matt Allen prefers to be called The Ice Cream Man.

His mission?

To travel the country, eventually the world, giving away FREE ice cream.

    Our growing team combines the minds, hearts, skills and resources of adventurous individuals who refuse to adhere to the old business paradigm. We fund this venture through advertising, sponsors, promotions and merchandising, building win-win-win relationships between everyone involved. To date, Ice Cream Man has given away over 125,000 treats. With the goal of giving away half a million ice creams, we’ve still got a long way to go.

On his site, you can check out upcoming Ice Cream Man events, buy Ice Cream Man merchandise that helps to support the cause, and even become a part of the Ice Cream Man community.

Free sweets for the world?

Sweet!

[Ice Cream Man]

[Via: Tasty Blog Snack]

…Designgive has a cause for design?

Designgive - Cause For Design

Designgive’s Cause For Design is a site for socially conscious clothing where designers can submit designs, and a portion of the proceeds form each item sold are donated to a charity of the buyer’s choosing.

Their current offering is a beautiful tee called “Industrial Re-pollution” by Maciej Rakowski, and only 200 of them will be printed and are being sold on a pre-order basis.

Industrial Re-Pollution

Already their product line is impressive, and their charities are best of breed, so it’s a win-win all around.

[Designgive – Cause For Design]

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…It’s TGI Friday: Energyville?

Energyville

Energyville is Chevron’s SimCity clone that it hopes to use to educate consumers about the different ways that different forms of energy affect us.

Taking into account economic, environmental, and security issues, you must build a city to the best of your ability and see how your choices affect the people as time goes on.

It’s definitely an interesting concept, and ought to be good for a few hours of fun as you lean a bit about the environment, so I’m going to call it a win-win.

[Energyville]

[Via: Matter]