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San Diego – ecoATM, the company that allows consumers to recycle used mobile phones, tablets, and MP3 players for cash, now allows the option for users to donate the money they receive for recycling their old devices to the OK Strong Disaster Relief Fund.
In addition, ecoATM will match all donations to the OK Strong Fund to benefit those most affected by the May 19 and 20 tornados in Oklahoma.
“Natural disasters are not only destructive to our communities but to our spirit, so we wanted to ensure ecoATM did all it could to help," said ecoATM CEO Tom Tullie. "With more than 450 ecoATMs nationwide already accepting donations for charity, it seemed like an easy answer. People can now recycle their old phones, MP3 players, and tablets at an ecoATM and easily donate some or all of their proceeds to the OK Strong Fund and ecoATM will match their donations dollar for dollar.
The donation option began to appear on kiosks nationwide beginning Saturday, May 25. ecoATM will match any donations made by recycling at an ecoATM kiosk through June 30, 2013. ecoATM locations can be found at http://www.ecoatm.com/find-a-location.
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