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Reboot Marketing LLC Aims to Give Away 10 Million Tomato Seeds in 2014

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Reboot Marketing has set a goal of giving away 10 million tomato seeds during 2014.

Nashville, Tenn., United States – March 12, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Record cold temperatures have hit much of the country during the winter of 2013-14, but that hasn’t stopped people from thinking about spring and the upcoming planting season.

A very popular item this winter for Reboot Marketing LLC (www.RebootMarketing.com) has been its Rutgers Tomato Seeds offer. With customers paying only postage to cover their shipments, they received 2,276,700 seeds from the company during January and February.

Reboot Marketing’s goal for 2014 is to give away 10 million tomato seeds during 2014. That’s why the company is now increasing the number of seed packets that a household can request from one to six, allowing gardeners to acquire enough tomato seeds to plant nearly 1,000 tomato plants each.

“People ask me why we give away so many seeds, and the answer is pretty simple,” said Allen Baler, partner at Reboot Marketing. “It’s all about customer engagement. Customers are much more willing to listen to offers from a company that provides them with seeds and information they need than a company that doesn’t.

“Plus, this heirloom seed thing is something we really believe in. We’re so convinced that open-pollinated, non-hybrid seeds will produce the most pure plants that will result in delicious, nutritious food that we’ve devoted an entire department of our company – SurvivalSeeds4Patriots – to placing these types of seeds into people hands.”

Reboot Marketing, which ranked No. 304 on Inc. magazine’s 2013 list of the 500 fastest growing companies in the U.S., offers the Liberty Seed Vault (www.SurvivalSeeds4Patriots.com) containing approximately 5,640 survival seeds from 21 varieties of heirloom and non-genetically modified seeds, rated for five-plus years of storage.

The company also provides a variety of other products to help people become more self-reliant and independent. They include:

- Power4Patriots (www.Power4Patriots.com), a series of Do-It-Yourself videos and manuals (printed and electronic) showing how to build solar panels, a wind turbine, a solar water heater and a solar air heater.

- Food4Patriots (www.Food4Patriots.com), a long-term food survival solution consisting of pre-packaged kits of survival food rated for 25 years of storage, available in 72-hour, four-week and three-month supplies.

- Water4Patriots (www.Water4Patriots), scheduled to launch in the first quarter of 2014. One of the products to be offered under this umbrella is the LifeStraw personal water filter, designed to provide the user with safe, clean drinking water in any situation.

Reboot Marketing’s full-color, 16-page monthly newsletter titled the Patriot Alliance Messenger (www.PatriotAlliance.com) and the company’s blog site (www.PatriotHeadquarters.com) provide readers with information on essential subjects including privacy, solar/wind power, survival seeds, home and self-defense, healthcare and much more, so that they can become more self-reliant and independent from government and big business.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.SurvivalSeeds4Patriots.com

Contact Info:
Name: Tim Bates
Email: timm@rebootmarketing.com
Organization: Reboot Marketing

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/reboot-marketing-llc-aims-to-give-away-10-million-tomato-seeds-in-2014/35856

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