I.E.O. Efforts

Increased Economic Opportunities Inc. Is an innovative corporate effort called a consumer driven Co-Op unlike most corporations we put the greater good before our personal greed. Much like a charitable organization we improve our world with direct action, but unlike a charitable organization we want you to actually own a piece of the better world we are building together. I.E.O. plans to improve our national economy, environment, and defense please ask questions and get involved. We can change the world for the better.

I.E.O. t-shirt

$25.00

By Purchasing this T-shirt you are helping build solar efforts in the U.S. You can get your I.E.O. shirt in one of four colors Turf Green, Irish green, Royal blue, or Tropical blue. They are 100% cotton and comfortable coming in small, medium, large, and extra large. Please put your size and color selection in the notes section of your purchase so we know what size and color you want.

Clear

Description

Purchasing this shirt will help us build solar efforts in the U.S. 100% cotton chose your color and size. 

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Size

Small, Medium, Large, XLarge

Color

tropical blue, royal blue, Irish green, turf green

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “I.E.O. t-shirt”

Hello my name is James Magee I am hoping to bring you useful and interesting items to market to help further my personal conservation efforts, as well as bring value to the Evergreen Coin market. I look forward to doing business with all of you.


Green News

As BP sees the light in solar, oil is becoming a darker stain for investors

Michael.Holder@incisivemedia.com(Michael Holder)
As BP sees the light in solar, oil is becoming a darker stain for investors

BP's $200m Lightsource injection may be a drop in the ocean for the UK oil giant, but it demonstrates growing recognition of the risks of fossil fuels



Despite a lack of snow, Castle Mountain Resort is open for the coming ski season

Quinn Campbell
The barren and brown landscape on your drive to Castle Mountain Resort doesn't look very promising, but it's a different story at the base of the ski hill.


More Green News

Google Advertisement

%d bloggers like this: