Salzburg, Austria -- (ReleaseWire) -- 03/21/2017 -- Another amazing invention has been introduced to the world all the way from Germany in form of this amazing cool box by Millionstore that will save tons of CO2 emissions around the world. The cool box is designed by an existing online retailer specializing in saving CO2 and it will help transportation of food from manufacturer to the customer like never before. The solution patented by German engineers will not only bring the goods directly from the manufacturer to the end customer, but will also save CO2 by almost 50% along with other costs. Moreover, with this amazing innovation, customers will have access to over €600,000,000 worth of goods.
To accomplish this successfully, the creators of this amazing Millionstore project have decided to seek public support and will raise funds on Kickstarter. The goal of this amazing project is to raise €50,000 by Thursday April 13th, 2017 and everyone is welcome to back it. The creators have been working on the concept with their partners, the renowned Metro Cash & Carry with an ultimate aim of providing the consumers with fast delivery of fresh food in top condition while saving CO2 like never before.
All funds raised through this project on Kickstarter will play a major role in the production of cool boxes, infrastructure development and supporting the staff involved.
Generous contributors from around the world can find out more about this amazing project on Kickstarter using the following link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1089951115/millionstore-what-else-goes-food
About Cool Box
Cool Box is a Made in Germany patented solution that is being done in collaboration with Metro Cash and Carry to bring fast delivery of fresh food with top quality to the people while saving CO2 emissions and other costs. The project is now seeking public support on Kickstarter and everyone is welcome to back it.
Contact Person: Eric Husberg
Company: Millionstore GmbH
Address: Wals, Salzburg, Austria
Phone: 0043 720 510 838 11
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