January 20, 2010 in Promotions (E)
[prMac.com] Corby, UK - Mac Bundle Box is proud to announce its seventh promotion which will be donating 10% of its revenue to the Haiti Earthquake relief effort to help the more than 3 million people that have been injured or killed in the recent earthquake. The bundle consists of 6 premier Mac applications from a wide variety of categories:
* Money (RRP. $39.99)
* Narrator (RRP. $24.00)
* SousChef (RRP. $30.00)
* iConquer (RRP. $25.00)
* Renamer (RRP. $29.00)
* Searchlight (RRP. $39.00)
The six titles included are available bundled for the price of $29.99, an 85% saving on their combined retail price of $186.99.
The Haiti relief money raised by the Mac Bundle Box Haiti promotion will be sent to the Red Cross for aid in Haiti when the bundle finishes on February 4th.
"Seeing the destruction of the earthquake and everything that people have lost forces us to put our own problems in perspective. Our thoughts go out to the survivors, and the various organizations that are trying to find ways to deliver aid in the chaotic situation. I hope that individuals and companies large and small will continue to donate to help stabilize and rebuild the country." Said Andrew Zamler-Carhart of KavaSoft, a participating developer in the promotion.
The aim of this Mac Bundle Box promotion is to raise money for the Haiti relief for two weeks whilst still being able to support independent Mac software development.
Pricing and Availability:
The bundle is available now for the price of $29.99 (USD), the bundle of 6 applications will continue to be available through until February 4th. Applications and licenses will be sent immediately after payment is completed, and the 10% donation will be made after the bundle finishes on February 4th.
Mac Bundle Box was founded by Christian Owens in early 2008. Mac Bundle Box aims to provide the best Mac applications on the market at the lowest possible prices. Christian Owens has much experience in the web and application industries, working with popular social networks and other web professionals such as Chris Pirillo.