SOURCE: Origany, inc.

Organic Clothing for Babies and Toddlers

October 08, 2010 10:33 ET

Origany® Sponsors Mill Valley Film Festival

San Francisco Bay Top-Tier Film Festival to Feature Origany Apparel

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - October 8, 2010) -  Origany®, an organic clothing company for babies and toddlers, is a sponsor of the 33rd Annual Mill Valley Film Festival, held in Mill Valley, California, north of San Francisco. In addition to sponsoring the festival and supporting the Children's Film Festival, Origany is providing custom designed 400 pima organic cotton t-shirts for festival volunteers.

Origany was chosen by the organizers of the festival because they wanted a local, eco-friendly company to produce their volunteer t-shirts. This is a great honor for Origany, according to Founder and CEO, Raj Sardesh. "We are also very proud to be associated with the Children's Film Festival that will showcase some innovative new children's movies with speak-along subtitles, where we will be raffling off an outfit," said Sardesh. "We believe that Mill Valley and surrounding bay area parents are very eco-friendly and thus we wanted to associate ourselves with the festival."

As part of the sponsorship, Origany staff will be in the Hospitality Suite at the festival where retailers and consumers can meet them. Origany will also offer a limited duration special coupon code to festival attendees.

The Mill Valley Film Festival will run from October 7 - 17. The Film Festival features a retrospective of Edward Norton and Annette Bening this year and will premiere many feature, short and documentary films. For more information on the festival, check out

About Origany, Inc.
We are a company that prides itself as one that is focusing on environmentally conscious clothing and accessories made from organic cotton and other eco-friendly materials. We call it "Clothing Made Organic by Nature."

Origany holds a belief that today's parents view their environment as well as fashion in a "green" context. Green has become the new black! To be Green, parents feel that they do not need to, nor do they want to, give up on the colors, the designs or the super soft feel of the clothes they are used to putting on their kids.

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