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*******www.TheTrendyBed**** The bedding enthusiasts at The Trendy Bed are proud to present quality, eco-friendly Egyptian cotton comforters, bedskirts, duvet covers and Bamboo sheets to complete your trendy bedroom decor ensemble. Our Satin sheets and sheet sets are sure to caress you while you sleep, and impress you even when you're awake. Let The Trendy Bed satisfy all of your Egyptian bedding needs. Produced By Visible****
4 Mar 2010
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Farmers across the south roll out their massive equipment to bring the crop in during September. Running his harvester in Madison, Alabama is usually cotton farmer Stuart Sanderson's favorite place to be.
4 Jan 2012
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Der tadellose Ruf des New Yorker FBI-Agenten JERRY COTTON (Christian Tramitz) ist in Gefahr: Die Leiterin der Dienstaufsichtsbehörde, DARYL ZANUCK (Christiane Paul), wirft ihm einen Doppelmord vor. Hat Jerry wirklich aus Rache SAMMY SERRANO (Moritz Bleibtreu) erschossen, weil er dem Gangsterboss den States Union Goldraub nicht nachweisen konnte? Und hat er wirklich seinen eigenen Kollegen TED CONROY (Janek Rieke) ermordet, um den einzigen Zeugen zu beseitigen? Für Jerry beginnt ein Wettlauf gegen die Zeit: Er muss seinen eigenen Leuten beim FBI entkommen, die New Yorker Unterwelt durchforsten und schnellstmöglich den wahren Mörder finden. Jerrys einzige Verbündete sind sein roter Jaguar, seine Smith & Wesson, Kaliber 38 und ausgerechnet sein chaotischer neuer Partner PHIL DECKER (Christian Ulmen).
11 Mar 2010
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The only hotel on the exotic island of Mustique, the cotton house offers luxurious service, privacy, and plenty of secluded beaches. You can spend your days exploring the marine life, relaxing by the pool, or getting pampered by the enticing spa. Distributed by Tubemogul.
30 Mar 2010
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FiveG Fairtrade illustrates everything good about ethical shopping. Sir Steve Redgrave has shown a commitment to Fiartrade as both a spokesperson as well as an individual who has got involved with Fairtrade issues He has just returned from his second trip in two years from the Fairtrade cotton regions of Africa and India. In this film Sir Steve looks at how Fairtrade practices have changed the lives of farmers, their families and communities.
30 Mar 2010
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As Cotton Incorporated continues to advertise “the touch, the feel of cotton,” its new campaign has high-end fashion touches, and the feel is of the moment. International recording artists Leona Lewis and Colbie Caillat apply their individual styles to the lyrics while living their lives in cotton apparel from globally-recognized designers. The two new commercials, created by DDB New York and styled by Anthony Franco, present a rich and colorful montage of the artists’ lives in cotton fashions by such well-known designers as Dries Van Noten, Marc Jacobs and Alexander McQueen. Lewis and Caillat definitely do their part to position cotton as a “now” fabric choice. Aside from being within the company’s 18-34 female target demographic, both are stars on the rise. Two-time Grammy winner Colbie Caillat, who added original melody and lyrics to the classic commercial, is one of the hottest stars in the pop genre. The multi platinum singer songwriter kicks off a tour with Sheryl Crow in June and will appear on several of the Lilith concert dates. Three-time Grammy nominee and multi-platinum recording artist Leona Lewis is not only the first female solo artist to top the British Hot 100 in over two decades, she is also the first United Kingdom artist to record the familiar cotton theme. While each brings a unique voice to cotton, both radiate an infectious and appealing energy. The aspirational aspects of cotton apparel are deftly delivered in a series of dazzling designs that fit the forms and the lives of the two vocalists. The memorable “the touch, the feel of cotton” music, was brought back in 2009 featuring three vocalists: Jazmine Sullivan, Miranda Lambert and Zooey Deschanel. The new commercials continue the strategy of conveying messages of comfort and fashion to a target audience of women age 18-34. The commercials will air on national and cable rotation beginning April 12, 2010 as :30 and :15 spots, and will be enriched by extended versions of the songs and other related components on TheFabricOfMyLife****.
12 Apr 2010
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As Cotton Incorporated continues to advertise “the touch, the feel of cotton,” its new campaign has high-end fashion touches, and the feel is of the moment. International recording artists Leona Lewis and Colbie Caillat apply their individual styles to the lyrics while living their lives in cotton apparel from globally-recognized designers. The two new commercials, created by DDB New York and styled by Anthony Franco, present a rich and colorful montage of the artists’ lives in cotton fashions by such well-known designers as Dries Van Noten, Marc Jacobs and Alexander McQueen. Lewis and Caillat definitely do their part to position cotton as a “now” fabric choice. Aside from being within the company’s 18-34 female target demographic, both are stars on the rise. Two-time Grammy winner Colbie Caillat, who added original melody and lyrics to the classic commercial, is one of the hottest stars in the pop genre. The multi platinum singer songwriter kicks off a tour with Sheryl Crow in June and will appear on several of the Lilith concert dates. Three-time Grammy nominee and multi-platinum recording artist Leona Lewis is not only the first female solo artist to top the British Hot 100 in over two decades, she is also the first United Kingdom artist to record the familiar cotton theme. While each brings a unique voice to cotton, both radiate an infectious and appealing energy. The aspirational aspects of cotton apparel are deftly delivered in a series of dazzling designs that fit the forms and the lives of the two vocalists. The memorable “the touch, the feel of cotton” music, was brought back in 2009 featuring three vocalists: Jazmine Sullivan, Miranda Lambert and Zooey Deschanel. The new commercials continue the strategy of conveying messages of comfort and fashion to a target audience of women age 18-34. The commercials will air on national and cable rotation beginning April 12, 2010 as :30 and :15 spots, and will be enriched by extended versions of the songs and other related components on TheFabricOfMyLife****.
13 Apr 2010
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See how M&S affecting positive change in cotton production in Inida.
14 Apr 2010
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Earth Day & Cotton Incorporated Encourage Positive Change This week marks the 40th observance of Earth Day and the fortieth anniversary of Cotton Incorporated; two entities that share a commitment to sustainability. For the past four decades, the organizers of Earth Day have raised global awareness of environmental issues, with the goal of encouraging activities to sustain the planet. Similarly, Cotton Incorporated has actively encouraged environmental gains in all aspects of cotton production and manufacturing as a means of sustaining the industry and the planet. Looking ahead to the next 40 years, the efforts of both organizations, today, will have an impact on generations to come. Sustainability is viewed by the cotton industry as activities that provide environmental, economic and quality of life benefits. This common sense approach simply means reducing inputs and increasing efficiencies. By reducing chemical inputs; consuming less energy, land and water; the cost of production is reduced, while the benefit to the environment is increased. Since it was established in 1970 as the research and marketing company for the cotton industry, Cotton Incorporated has been a staunch advocate of reducing the amount of chemicals and natural resources required to bring cotton products to market. Cotton Incorporated President and CEO J. Berrye Worsham explains, "In the last 40 years, we have dramatically increased yields, and that means that we are not bringing any more land into production. At the same time, we have reduced the amount of pesticides and other chemicals used in cotton production by 50%, as well as reduced the amount of water that goes into growing cotton." Along with improved yields, the cotton industry is also exploring innovative uses for the entire cotton plant, and calling attention to visionary organizations that are using cotton in new ways. Among some of these products are: a natural alternative to synthetic packing material; housing insulation made from recycled blue jeans; and cottonseed as a plentiful and nutritious food source. Ground-breaking nano-tech research may also lead to cotton apparel that can power portable electronic devices. "The cotton industry has had many significant achievements over the past 40 years and we're very proud of them," admits Worsham. As for the future, he adds that, "Cotton incorporated is working to insure that the industry meets the needs of both the marketplace and the planet in the years to come."
20 Apr 2010
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Purchase your 100% certified organic cotton t-shirt today and help save our environment. These t-shirts are very soft compared to regular cotton. Certified organic standards help reduce herbicide and pesticide runoff into our watershed. This means our drinking water improves! USGBC National member company
22 Apr 2010
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America's Favorite Fabric is Perfect for Family-Friendly Summer Fun Memorial Day Weekend has come and gone, which means just one thing: summer is finally here. For most Americans, though, that doesn't mean an exotic vacation or an extended getaway; according to the Cotton Incorporated Lifestyle MonitorTM survey, 68% of consumers (among those whose financial outlook has kept them from buying) say they will not go on vacation this year, primarily for financial reasons. That being said, there are a number of ways you can spend time with your family this summer without spending a lot of money. A picnic is always a great option because it's inexpensive and allows you to be outdoors. "In the summer months, choosing natural fibers like cotton for these outdoor activities becomes even more important," Caccavo says. "You want to be sure that you and your family are wearing clothing that is comfortable and breathable, so you can beat the heat at your picnic in the park or while watching your favorite baseball team." Cotton sundresses are comfortable and versatile options for girls, and can be layered under denim jackets or cotton cardigans when the weather turns cooler at night. For boys, lightweight tees are ideal, and can be layered under cotton button-down shirts for a slightly more polished look. Watch the webisode for more tips on a summer with cotton that's fun for the whole family. And check out surprising ways in which cotton truly is The Fabric of Our Lives(r) with our latest edition of Fun Facts about Cotton: Baseballs each contain 150 yards of cotton. American paper currency isn't actually made of paper, but is instead composed of 75% cotton and 25% linen. Cotton is in some of our favorite summertime foods: from hotdogs to bologna, and from potato chips to ice cream. It's even in some salad dressings. Cotton is ideal for towels because it's so absorbent; in fact, cotton can absorb up to 27 times its own weight in water. Cotton Incorporated, funded by U.S. growers of upland cotton and importers of cotton and cotton textile products, is the research and marketing company representing upland cotton. The Program is designed and operated to improve the demand for and profitability of cotton.
10 Jun 2010
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*******www.ecobold****/organic-cotton-underwear-couture-cottons/ These organic cotton underwear by Couture Cottons are adorable and will make your man fall head over heels (or heels over head, depending on his personal preferences). Organic cotton underwear, soy underwear or bamboo underwear make it a sustainable, eco-friendly, safe, breathable and allergen free underwear. These organic fabrics (or soy, or bamboo) Some things that Couture Cottons carry are: cute panties, thongs, boy shorts, and even camisoles, which are my personal favorite in terms of comfort hehe. Well, if I'm very single, all I need is an organic sleepwear, no?! Here are some key points about each sustainable fabric, directly from their website: Benefits of Organic and Sustainable Fabrics: Organic Cotton • Softer and safer than conventional cotton fabrics • Lasts ten times longer than conventional cotton • Processed without harsh toxic chemicals • Allergen Free • Breathable fabric • Pesticide free Bamboo • Soft and luxurious like silk yet without the chemicals and wrinkles • Sustainable resource that is biodegradable and can be grown without pesticides • Allergen free Soy • Soft and feels similar to cashmere • Sustainable fabric • Rarer and softer than organic cotton • Environmentally friendly • Allergen Free Highlights: - Soy underwear - Organic underwear - Bamboo underwear Enjoy ;)
26 Jun 2010
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