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CrowdIt Encourages ‘Dreamers’ To Submit Crowdfunding Projects In Recognition Of World Creativity And Innovation Day

  • April 19, 2013

SPRINGFIELD, Mo., April 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — CrowdIt (www.crowdit.com), the crowdfunding site for the “New American Dream,” supports the growing international movement to promote ingenuity on World Creativity and Innovation Day, recognized this Sun., April 21. In line with this mission, CrowdIt encourages “Dreamers” to fund their creative ideas via crowdfunding at (www.crowdit.com), and to take advantage of the added support it provides through networking, peer review and expert advice available on the site.

“What better way to celebrate World Creativity and Innovation Day than by turning creative dreams into a reality?” said Jason Graf, CEO and co-founder of CrowdIt. “CrowdIt supports creative projects of all kinds, ranging from brilliant ideas in film and music to the next big innovation in technology.”

World Creativity and Innovation Day was started in 2001 in Canada by Marci Segal. The event has since grown into a week-long celebration beginning on April 15, the birthdate of Leonardo Da Vinci, and culminating on April 21. It is now celebrated in more than 46 countries to awaken creative and innovative ideas to better society. For more information please visit: (http://worldcreativity.wordpress.com/).

CrowdIt is now accepting crowdfunding projects and its site will go live on June 4, 2013. CrowdIt also is contributing $10,000 to the project that reaches the highest amount of funding by Aug. 18, 2013, 75 days after the go-live date. For more information, please visit (www.crowdit.com).

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About CrowdIt
Based in America’s heartland of Springfield, MO, CrowdIt is the crowdfunding site for believers of the New American Dream. Its crowdfunding site goes beyond just funding great ideas, but focuses on supporting success through peer and expert advisory support, business networking and sharing of best practices and knowledge. CrowdIt’s belief is that crowdfunding will help drive the next wave in innovation and economic expansion, and underpins its mission to support small business growth. A start-up, CrowdIt is privately held and backed by venture capital firm Baron VC. For more information, please visit (www.crowdit.com).

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