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WIN This GIANT Entertainment Box From EcoSalon

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What’s better than a box filled with everything you need for a cozy night at home?

Our friends at EcoSalon, the web’s largest conscious culture and fashion publication, have handpicked the best of the best in eco and sustainable entertainment products that are good for you and the environment and we’re lucky enough to be giving one away!

Fill up a cup with fair trade and organic Equal Exchange hot cocoa, light a sweet smelling aromatherapy from Plantlife and put on a great DVD like 23 Feet or Discovery Channel’s “Oceanic”. There’s all that and more; this box is filled to the max with sustainable flare to get 2012 off to a good start. This limited edition box valued at $500 sells for $99 on Ecosalon.

Enter to win on Ecorazzi’s Facebook page through Tuesday, February 14, 2012 at 11:59pm. One winner will be selected.  Complete rules.

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