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Round One! Big Hearts: Celebrity Couples Contest!

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This poll is the first of several for Ecorazzi readers to choose their favorite celebrity couple for our “Big Hearts” contest with our sponsor, Good Clean Love. Over the next week or so, we’ll have several polls to narrow down your favorite “Big Hearts” couples. In the final days of the contest, we’ll pit the winners against each other to select your favorite pair.

In order to enter to win one of several Good Clean Love gift sets (just in time for Valentine’s Day), you’ll need to fill out the poll and the form below. Please note that you must include your mailing address in the form, or you will not be applicable to win. Also, by entering your information, you confirm that you are 18 years of age or older. We will not share your information with anyone, it will simply be used in case of winning to ship your prize. Complete rules below.*

Bono & Ali HewsonBono & Ali Hewson

Highlights: They launched EDUN, a socially conscious clothing company and Bono’s Project (RED). He is very involved in the Make Poverty History campaign and is an educator on Africa & AIDS across the world.

Al & Tipper GoreAl & Tipper Gore

Highlights: Al needs no introduction as the main man of the Oscar nominated An Inconvenient Truth. He also started the viewer created news station: CurrentTV. Tipper has been known to carry around an Ecoist purse to show her support for the environment.

Ted Danson & Mary SteenburgenTed Danson & Mary Steenburgen

Highlights: Ted is the founder of Oceana, a non-profit organization for the world’s oceans. Supported California Coastal Protection Network against the proposed LNG Terminal off of the Malibu Coast.

Jackie Chan & Lin Feng-JiaoJackie Chan & Lin Feng-Jiao

Highlights: Jackie has been busy this year. First we reported on his efforts with PETA to stop the culling of dogs in China. Then he came out with his own line of organic skin care products. And most recently he launched the Jackie Chan New Day Environmental Protection Program. Feng-Jiao was actually a very famous actress before she married Jackie. Since then she has lived her life out of the spotlight.

Woody Harrelson & Laura LouieWoody Harrelson & Laura Louie

Highlights: Started the website Voice Yourself to educate fans an consumers about biodiesel, getting off the grid, organic living and other earth friendly concepts. Woody joined the End Mountain Top Removal campaign along with Willie Nelson this year. He is a raw food vegan.

Sting & Trudie StylerSting & Trudie Styler

Highlights: Supported California Coastal Protection Network against the proposed LNG Terminal off of the Malibu Coast. Sting collaborated on Rhythms del Mundo, a benefit for the Artists Project Earth and is involved in the Eco 4 the World program. Trudie is a UNICEF Ambassador. They are both philanthropists.


(Note: Your information is confidential. We will use it only for this contest.)

*Rules: Contest applicable to U.S. residents 18 years or older only. Must complete form with name and address to enter contest. Contest runs from January 29 – February 11, 2007. Multiple entries are allowed. Each winner may only win once. Winners will be selected at random by Ecorazzi. Four prize drawings will be conducted throughout the contest period. Three winners will receive a Passionate Nights Gift Set, and grand prize winner will receive a Valentine’s Special Deluxe Gift Set.

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