First U.S. Eco Shoppe Opening In Austin, TX Tomorrow

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If you live in or around Austin, Texas and don’t have any plans for tomorrow, be sure to check out the grand opening of the first Eco Shoppe in America. To try and attract more traffic to the store, the
Eco Shoppe is giving customers an even bigger incentive: by donating 10% of all sales to Earth Share Texas which works with environmental and conservations organizations throughout the state and around the country. EcoSeed Texas

If you live in or around Austin, Texas and don’t have any plans for tomorrow, be sure to check out the grand opening of the first Eco Shoppe in America. To try and attract more traffic to the store, the Eco Shoppe is giving customers an even bigger incentive: by donating 10% of all sales to Earth Share Texas which works with environmental and conservation organizations throughout the state and around the country.


So what kind of stuff can you expect to find at the Eco Shoppe? Pretty much every kind of green-living merchandise you can imagine. Products for your home, garden, office, pets, kids, and even clothing. The new business is owned and operated by the already successful Vitamin Shoppe, so you can expect to see what they already have to offer, plus a lot more.


If anyone happens to make it out tomorrow, leave us a comment and tell us how it looks! The address is 10225 Research Boulevard Ste 900 in the Arboretum area in Austin, TX.

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