Splash Press Release (Press Release) – Aug 06, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Website Emerges Emphasizing A Positive Playing Experience For Young People
KOPAVOGUR, ICELAND, 8/8/2012 – These days, when parents think of video games and other forms of computerized entertainment, the first things that are likely to come to mind are games that promote violence or criminal behavior or gratuitous sex – and for good reason, in fact, as most video games and computerized entertainment seem to be built on this foundation. There is one website, however, that is bucking that trend, and that is the site Dress Up For Charity.
“We wanted to give children a positive playing experience,” says Hilmir Gudlaugsson, founder of Dress Up For Charity. “We wanted to instill valuable lessons in them, and give them a chance to help others while also having fun.”
Dress Up For Charity is a site not unlike others on the Web, where children can play virtual dress up games with a cast of animated characters. What sets this site apart from others like it, however, is the fact that a percentage of the proceeds from the site go toward Animal Rescue causes; the more children play on the site, the more they help contribute to this worthy cause!
To learn more about Dress Up For Charity, visit www.dressupforcharity.com – after all, we could all use a little more “helpfulness” in our lives!
Dress Up For Charity