The Power of the Zazzle Platform: CTC Art Featured on American MoJo Pillows

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A product as a vehicle of social good is an idea that’s gaining traction in the US and helping to change the meaning of “good business.” At Zazzle, we love being a part of this movement (the American MoJo pillow is an good example of that), but there’s a whole other level of social good, which we want to make the norm. Through the marriage of content and products on the Zazzle platform, we create two beneficiaries with any one product (the manufacturer and the content producer). Applying this to charities, that means two charities from opposite ends of the world can work together to drive social good. The latest example of this? Check out the American MoJo custom pillows in the Comfort the Children (CTC) store on Zazzle. The content is hand-painted art (digitized on Zazzle) created by Comfort the Children’s school children and the product is a hand-stitched pillow produced by American MoJo single mothers. A consumer purchasing this product will benefit both the CTC charity in Africa and the American MoJo charity right here in the USA. Of course this kind of collaboration is something these charities could do together if they made a project of it, but the speed, execution, and experience powered by Zazzle is something that would be impossible to replicate at scale. The beauty of these organic collaborations is exciting to watch and another testament to the power of the platform. See below for some of these new pillows designs in the CTC store.

2 Responses to “The Power of the Zazzle Platform: CTC Art Featured on American MoJo Pillows”

  1. Zazzle News: The Power of the Zazzle Platform: CTC Art Featured on American MoJo Pillows | teeblr Says:

    [...] of that), but there’s a whole other level of social good,…Read the complete post over at Zazzle Blog. Create custom t-shirts and gift items at Zazzle and create your own small [...]

  2. Islands Of Time Says:

    I am thrilled to be associated with Zazzle and with the ‘good business’ going on in this venue! Well Done!

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