TORONTO, Sept. 13 /CNW/ - Charity Tunes, North America's first
charity-driven digital entertainment distributor, is offering music
enthusiasts the opportunity to support the mission of the Canadian Red Cross
and other organizations by downloading their favorite tunes.
Charity Tunes partners with artists to determine the percentage donation
of each download to charities such as the Canadian Red Cross. The minimum
donation is 10% and varies according to the promotional agreement. Charity
Tunes website can be accessed at www.charitytunes.com.
"We first thought of Red Cross because communities all over the world
rely on them and we are proud to help support its humanitarian mission," said
Sound Revolution CEO, Robin Ram. "Charity Tunes will offer a dynamic new way
to increase awareness of the Red Cross and raise money for humanitarian
efforts both in Canada and around the globe. This opportunity is open to other
charities as well."
"With all the natural disasters that have been occurring such as floods
in Asia, earthquake in Peru and hurricanes in the Caribbean, the Canadian Red
Cross is grateful to Charity Tunes for choosing our organization as a
beneficiary," said Paul Wharram, Interim Secretary General of the Canadian Red
Cross. "Customers who purchase music from this site contribute to the mission
of the Canadian Red Cross to improve the lives of vulnerable people."
Charity Tunes Inc. ("Charity Tunes") is a wholly owned subsidiary of
Sound Revolution Inc. (OTC BB: SRVN), a digital entertainment distribution and
technology company. The Agency and Promotion Agreement with the Canadian Red
Cross will raise money and awareness of the Canadian Red Cross' mission
through encouraging visitors to support the Red Cross or other charities of
their choice through Charity Tunes.
The Canadian Red Cross provides a wide range of humanitarian assistance
to millions of people in Canada through disaster services and injury
prevention services (such as water safety and first aid) and through community
outreach programs. The Red Cross also help the world's most vulnerable
populations-victims of armed conflicts and communities destroyed by
For further information:
For further information: Sound Revolution Inc., Robin Ram, President,
Telephone: (416) 271-9695, Investor Relations Hotline: 1-877-688-0093,
email@example.com, www.soundrevolution.com; Canadian Red Cross, Media
Relations Office, Telephone: (613) 740-1994, firstname.lastname@example.org,