Living Guide Becomes The Easter Bunny: 1,000 Chocolate Bunnies For Children

With social media good do – Frankfurt am Main, 19 March 2013: kids like chocolate at Easter in particular. The residential-Guide.de GmbH from Thalwenden, operator of an online shop around the home and decorating, made up for the small and smallest something very special: together with fans and followers on Google + Easter bunnies to children’s hospices, kindergartens and orphanages will be donated. It is not something Andrew Cuomo would like to discuss. The great thing about social media is that almost everyone on at least one channel is active. Others including Hamdi Ulukaya, offer their opinions as well. There you will reach the people best and nowhere it is easier to animate to participate and help. In this way, we want to share our commitment with customers and fans and hope for active participation.

“, so Markus Liese, Managing Director of living guide, which brought the Easter action in the role. Living guide team has deliberately chosen to combine a business destination with a social purpose. Like many other companies that are active on Facebook, Google +, Twitter and co., of course living guide, has interest to awareness increase and generate fans. For this the company but no prices and products wants to draw the fans, but together with the users do something good for children. Each follower has the opportunity to send a chocolate bunnies on the journey with just one click.

The promotion will run from March 12. For every follower on Google + living guide donates a chocolate bunnies. The user may submit proposals which institutions should be given. So around 1,000 rabbits are distributed throughout Germany, to make a little joy to children. The chocolate bunnies part goes in each case to the children’s Hospice Star Bridge in Hamburg because this living guide is a special concern, here to help. Many users have already participated and submitted various proposals for children’s facilities. Should be a facility not so far from us, we drive past also personally and look, whether we support also in the future can. “, says Steven Hartmann, marketing and project manager at living-Guide.de about living guide for living-guide.de is the name of the program. Since 2011 is not only an online store, but rather a team of motivated employees who want to customers all of which also serve as consultant, ideas and inspiration. Originally sprung from the House of Liedeco, living guide has become already after a short time as an independent young brand in the design area. Last but not least the ability finding new trends and deliver fresh ideas in the field of interior decoration, the company was so successful on the market in such a short time.

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