Richmond, BC (PRWEB) August 29, 2008 — For the past three months, Barbara Albertson and Gail McMow have been running www.BambooAndOrganicLinens.com, which has since become the go-to website for eco-friendly sheets and such. The sisters have taken their lifestyle and are making it both environmentally prudent and stylish.”We are eco-conscious and looking for green opportunities,” explained Albertson. “This is a family-owned business and all of our lives we have been doing the three R’s: reduce, reuse and recycle. We thought that bamboo was the way to go because of its sustainability and eco-friendliness – and it has a very luxurious feel to it.”
The sisters’ previous effort in a brick-and-mortar store has allowed them to take the savvy of the traditional business model, but mixing it with their collective knowledge of running an internet-based company.
Though their timestamp online has been relatively short, Albertson and McMow are moving forward and adding more items to their catalogue. “We are going to expand our product line,” said Albertson. “We are thinking of carrying a line of clothing and night wear.”
The duo is also launching a blog, www.BambooLinensBlog.com, in conjunction with their webstore. “We’re hoping that our blog will give people an expanded information base with regard to our products,” Albertson said.
“Subjects that we’ve posted have to do with bamboo and its characteristics. We also handle organic cotton, so we will be explaining the difference between natural and organic in the blog.”
One thing that the sisters are excelling in with www.BambooAndOrganicLinens.com is their impeccable customer service, something that rarely translates in an internet business. “We’re interested in what our customers are saying and their input is important to us,” said Albertson.
There aren’t very many online retailers like Bamboo and Organic Linens that are able to take the sensitive nature of selling environmentally friendly and responsible products at affordable prices and chic styles. It’s time to take advantage of such a service.