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Newegg and Buybak Celebrate Earth Day 2015 with Pair of Tech Trade-in Initiatives

4/20/2015 Press Release

Newegg and Buybak Celebrate Earth Day 2015 with Pair of Tech Trade-in Initiatives

Companies Offer LA-based Businesses Free e-Waste Pick-up, While All Newegg Customers Are Eligible for Bonus Trade-in Value

April 20, 2015 – Los Angeles, CA – Newegg, the top tech-focused e-retailer in North America, today announced a special Earth Day initiative with Buybak, the leader in online trade-in applications and logistics services. Together the companies will celebrate Earth Day 2015 by helping LA-based businesses properly recycle and dispose of unwanted technology products. In addition, Buybak is extending a 20% bonus to anyone in the United States who arranges e-waste pickup via the Newegg/Buybak website.

“E-retailers supply much of the technology infrastructure that powers the business world, therefore it’s incumbent on companies like Newegg to set the example of how to dispose of technology items properly when they’re no longer used,” said Soren Mills, Chief Marketing Officer of Newegg North America. “Environmental responsibility is important to Newegg, and we’re pleased that our Newegg Express delivery vehicles make it easy for businesses to recycle old technology.”

For Businesses in Los Angeles
On Wednesday, April 22 Newegg will mobilize its fleet of Newegg Express delivery vehicles to conduct complimentary e-waste pick-ups. Businesses located within 50 miles of Newegg’s City of Industry headquarters have been invited to take part.

For Individual Customers
Newegg customers who wish to trade-in their unwanted consumer electronics can do so via the Newegg/Buybak website, Pick-ups scheduled on April 22 are eligible for an additional 20% credit on top of the standard trade-in value they would normally receive.

“The Newegg-Buybak Earth Day partnership gives Newegg’s millions of customers an easy way to responsibly dispose of unwanted tech products,” said Steve Bonneau, Buybak’s President. “To celebrate Earth Day, Buybak is adding a financial incentive of 20% for all Buybak orders placed on April 22 – it’s our way of encouraging people to positively impact the environment, while simultaneously de-cluttering their home or office.”

About Newegg Inc.
Newegg Inc. is the leading electronics-focused e-retailer in the United States. It owns and operates ( which was founded in 2001 and regularly earns industry-leading customer service ratings. The award-winning website has more than 25 million registered users and offers customers a comprehensive selection of the latest consumer electronics products, detailed product descriptions and images, as well as how-to information and customer reviews. Using the site's online tech community, customers have the opportunity to interact with other computer, gaming and consumer electronics enthusiasts. Newegg Inc. is headquartered in City of Industry, California. The Newegg Hybrid Center is located at 18045 Rowland St., City of Industry, CA 91748.

About Buybak
Buybak is the leader in online trade-in applications and logistic services. The company provides a simple and effective platform for retailers to acquire previously owned product directly from America’s 110M households, for resale with predictable costs/profit margins. Buybak’s Web-based buyback sites provide consumer households the ability to sell no-longer-wanted personal inventory directly, simply and reliably, in a manner far quicker and easier than working with online auctions and marketplaces. For more information, visit

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