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CrowdIt Offers First 64 Submitted Crowdfunding Projects Complimentary Publicity

  • April 11, 2013

SPRINGFIELD, Mo., April 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — CrowdIt (www.crowdit.com), the crowdfunding site for the “New American Dream,” today announced it will provide free media exposure to the first 64 crowdfunding projects that are submitted to its site by June 1. As an extra incentive to Dreamers interested in promoting their next big idea, CrowdIt will offer exposure by including a description of and a link to their project in a series of upcoming news announcements that will be distributed nationally, across the web and to targeted journalists across the country. Projects must be fully submitted in order to receive the no-charge publicity.

“CrowdIt is all about helping people bring their ideas to fruition,” said Jason Graf, co-founder and CEO. “Small business is the lifeblood of our economy and whatever we can do to support the creation and nurturing of projects and ideas can help turn them into thriving entities for future job creation and economic stimulation.”

Graf says the reason they selected the first “64” projects is because it mirrors the number of CrowdIt’s official launch date, June 4 (6/4). CrowdIt already has more than 200 people signed up on its site and is well underway in receiving submitted projects – all of which will have the same opportunity for added exposure.

“We are more than mid-way in reaching our goal for submitted projects and want to provide support to those Dreamers who believe in the power of the crowd and what a virtual incubator, like CrowdIt, can offer,” he said.

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About CrowdIt

Based in America’s heartland of Springfield, MO, CrowdIt (www.crowdit.com) 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).

Media Contact:
Terri Douglas
Catapult PR-IR
O: 303-581-7760, ext. 18
M: 303-808-6820
tdouglas@catapultpr-ir.com

 

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