Socially Responsible Company Introduces Unique Color Changing Animal Shirts for Children

Nov. 16, 2006 – WACO, TEXAS – Animal Traks, LLC introduces a unique line of sun-activated color changing animal shirts for children. The shirts feature various cartoon animal designs that kids love wearing. The shirts are black and white indoors, then burst into color when worn outdoors and exposed to sunlight. These unique shirts are perfect for Christmas gifts.

Animal Traks is offering the color changing shirts at introductory pricing for the holidays. Animal Traks is a socially responsible company and the purchase will also support children and animal’s non-profit organizations.

Animal Traks donates a portion of every product purchase to The Rafiki Foundation, Inc. and The Wild Foundation. Animal Traks was founded on the idea that a great company can also act in a way that changes the world. “Our hope is that by offering quality products that kids love, we can truly make a difference by supporting various non-profit organizations,” said Shane Petty, Animal Traks president and manager.

The shirts are available with a monkey, lion, elephant, giraffe, or tiger printed with sun-activated inks that change color when exposed to sunlight. Shirts can be purchased online at the Animal Traks Website (www.animaltraks.com).

About Animal Traks, LLC
Shane Petty and David Vande Velde founded Animal Traks, LLC as a socially responsible company in July 2006. Animal Traks develops and manufactures unique and exciting sun-activated color changing products for children and adults. Animal Traks is located in Waco, Texas.

About The Rafiki Foundation, Inc.
The Rafiki Foundation, Inc., based in San Antonio, Texas, was incorporated as a nonprofit organization 501(c)(3) in 1987. Rafiki’s focus is on orphans and other children in Africa who have been victimized by the AIDS epidemic. For more info, visit: www.rafiki-foundation.org

About The WILD Foundation
The WILD Foundation is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), non-governmental organization founded in the United States in 1974 by South African Dr. Ian Player, and based in Boulder, Colorado. For 29 years, WILD has worked around the world to protect and sustain wilderness, wildlife and people. For more info visit: www.wild.org

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