JASBR LLC, has partnered with CExchange, an online service that trades in old and unwanted consumer

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ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY - January 4, 2010 JASBR LLC, has partnered with CExchange, an online service that trades in old and unwanted consumer electronic products in return for cash. Devices received by the Addison, Texas-based operations are either refurbished or recycled, which reduces landfill and manufacturer demand for raw materials. Accepted devices are HDTVs, flat panel monitors, laptop and desktop computers, mobile phones, game media, car audio players, GPS and amplifiers and more.

Nationwide, 130 million cellular phones go out of use annually, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. That creates an estimated 65,000 tons of electronic garbage. JASBR can assist your company and customers in reducing this EWaste. "JASBR is dedicated to providing green solutions to wireless dealers and retailers" said Adam Feinberg, Director of New Business & Green Initiatives. "The CExchange partnership allows us to offer our retailers and dealers a reuse, reclaim, recycle program that not only sustains the environment, but generates revenue that can be used to initiate future sales." The process is simple and training is provided.

CExchange CEO, Scott Nordhaus noted that the CExchange and JASBR partnership will increase the sustainability of our environment. CExchange's other clients include: RadioShack, Brandsmart, Systemaz, DSI Systems and members of the NATM buying group.

To find out more about JASBR's Reuse, Reclaim, Recycle program, please log onto http://www.jasbr.com/ces/ , email sales@jasbr.com or call 1-866-318-1358, ext 101.

Jasbr LLC is an up and coming electronics product development and launch company comprised of experienced industry executives that are dedicated to providing marketing solutions that will enhance consumer's lifestyle, generate revenue and protect the environment.
For more information, visit www.jasbr.com or call 1-866-318-1358, ext. 101.

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