OAK PARK, Mich., July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Oak Park, Michigan-based Image One owners, Joel Pearlman and Rob Dube have launched a new website, TonerForAutism.com, dedicated to raising awareness and funding for autism. Through the sale of toner and ink, the site has an established goal of raising $1,000,000 by contributing five percent of each sale to organizations that support autism-related research and issues. Founder Rob Dube made the announcement.
By de-commoditizing the toner and ink market, TonerForAutism.com has developed an inspiring charitable model that allows customers to support education, research and build awareness of autism, a disorder that affects one in 150 individuals. Much more than an online retail outlet, TonerForAutism.com gives people the opportunity to use their purchasing power to make a statement. With an easy-to-use interface, the site combines a point-and-click functionality with a broad range of options for purchasing virtually any brand of ink and toner such as HP, Canon and Epson. The site allows individuals to choose which charity they wish to support through their purchase, whether it is a national or local autism-related support organization.
Partners for over 15 years in Image One, Pearlman and Dube have an established history assisting companies in simplifying their printing process by decreasing costs and increasing productivity. When TonerForAutism.com CEO Pearlman's daughter, Danielle, was first diagnosed with autism when she was just 20 months old, the two men were inspired to re-direct their energies toward raising both funds and awareness in support of autism-related organizations. TonerForAutism.com combines Pearlman and Dube's printing industry experience with their passion for promoting a cause that inspires them both personally and professionally.
Oak Park, Michigan-based TonerForAutism.com is a website that sells ink and toner nationally, while contributing a percentage of every sale to organizations that support autism-related research and issues. Founded by Joel Pearlman and Rob Dube, the site is dedicated to raising awareness and has established a goal of donating at least $1,000,000 to autism-related organizations. Much more than an online resource, that site creates an opportunity for a refreshing new take on corporate and social responsibility, and gives people the freedom to use their purchasing power to make a statement. For more information, please visit TonerForAutism.com.
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