It’s time to save your socks!

16 May, 2009


Each winter they take the brunt of the season’s forces, their amazing venting or moisture wicking qualities have kept our feet warm and comfortable.  They’ve endured countless washings/febreezings and held up over months/endless days.  They’ve been great weapons to friends and they’ve always been there for you as long as you didn’t go the cotton route.  
It’s time to go through the sock drawer and see what matches up, what has holes in it and what needs to be thrown out.  But this year when you throw out your sock, think of the sock…and how you could give it more meaning.
Send your old socks to eesa’s SOS (saving old socks) program and they’ll find a use for them, cleaning up oil spills to being ground down for bedding.  It’s all part of their recycling, reusing and reducing movement.  
S.O.S 
PO Box 323
Waterbury, VT  05676
I feel bad for the intern who gets to open the sock mail…but oh well!

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3 Comments

  1. johnasaurus
    May 16, 2009

    Yeah eesa! What a rad program. Stephen and the guys have a great thing going.

  2. k
    May 16, 2009

    Has this been forwarded to dirty jobs yet?

  3. June 19, 2009

    haha yeah intern jobs 🙂 Great program and I’ve gotta round up mine still and send them in.