EARTHSTAMP® In the News
The Rise of Nine Book Cover is Revealed!
Earthstamp created a stamp for the cover of Pittacus Lore's latest book. Please click on the image below to visit the website explaining the launch of the new book cover.
Best Selling Japanese Author Features Earthstamp In Book
Earthstamp was recently featured by a best selling Japanese author in his latest book. Please click on the image below to see a larger version of the picture.
ASI Joe Show
Earthstamp was recently featured in the ASI Joe Show. Fast forward to 4:45 inn the video to see the information about Earthstamp.
Staradvertiser.com - New advertising company could have sand...
Ads in the sand spark oohs, aahs and consternation.
When Bobby Godwin or one of his four Hawaii employees peels up an Earthstamp to reveal an imprinted image in the sand, people say, "Wow, that's cool," Godwin said. "I get the same reaction all the time."
Well, except when a couple people in Kailua said they thought it was "annoying." It might have been one of them who contacted the Outdoor Circle...
Visit Staradvertiser.com for the full story.
The Orange County Register - Sand stamp puts ads on the beach
The beach can be a billboard, too. At least that's the idea behind a new product recently shown in Orange County that imprints advertisements in the sand.
The idea for the Earthstamp came to creator Bobby Godwin when he was visiting family in Florida. He saw a trail of Nike swooshes imprinted in the sand, left behind by a beachgoer wearing sneakers. His family saw mere footprints; he saw an ad.
The stamp ranges from 2-by-2-foot to 4-by-4-foot squares, rectangles and ovals. To use it, one sets it print side down and shuffles on top of it. After peeling the rubber stamp off the ground using provided handles, a message appears.
At San Clemente city beaches, no ads are allowed on the pier or trash cans, but there are no laws against imprinting ads in the sand, said Sharon Heider, director of beaches, parks and recreation. However, an abundance of ads up...
Visit ocregister.com for the full story.
dailybreeze.com - BUSINESS CASUAL: Entrepeneur's beach ads make their mark in the sand
Bobby Godwin laid a round rubber stamp - the size of a large pizza - onto the sand near the Redondo Beach pier.
He stepped all over the brown plate, pulled it off and voila.
An ad in the beach sand for anyone to see.
Godwin may have stumbled onto the most brilliant advertising medium since Air New Zealand's El Segundo office paid 30 people in 2008 to sport temporary...
Visit dailybreeze.com for the full story.
On the Radio - WIBC
Ed Wenck contacted and interviewed Bobby Godwin on May 24th, 2010 about the EARTHSTAMP® product. You can listen to the interview on WIBC Indy's News Center 93.1 FM web site.
Go to Ed Wenck Audio and scroll down to May 24 - Bobby Godwin, Earthstamp.
Visit wibc.com for the interview.
North County Times
ESCONDIDO ---- Bobby Godwin, creator and founder of Earthstamp Inc., an alternative marketing and advertising company that uses large polyurethane rubber stamps to imprint messages on beach sand, will be in Southern California until Saturday talking with local businesses and doing product demonstrations.
Earthstamp offers organizations an Earth-friendly option to advertise or promote products and events in beach sand. Earthstamps are customizable, with the option of a message...
Read more at the North County Times (www.nctimes.com).
Destin companies looking for new and creative ways to advertise have been given a new option, and it comes with little or no effect on the environment.
EARTHSTAMP was created and founded by Bobby Godwin, of Tensed, Idaho, as a part of the global movement to minimize carbon footprints and the human impact on the planet.
The result has been the creation of customizable, durable and abrasion-resistant stamps that can be purchased by organizations or individuals to spread whatever message they...
Read more at the theDestinlog.com.
Read more at the nwfdailynews.com.
Read more at the dailyme.com.
Meet Bobby Godwin, creator and founder of EARTHSTAMP®, a marketing and advertising company with a sustainable message. In response to grass root movements to minimize carbon footprints and the human impact on the planet, EARTHSTAMP® is a green way for organizations, businesses and individuals to advertise.
EARTHSTAMP®, the durable and abrasion resistant rubber stamp, imprints messages in sand. EARTHSTAMP® was created in 2009 to offer organizations an earth friendly option to advertise, or promote products or events, in the beach sand. EARTHSTAMPS® are customizable, with the option of a message or logo...
Read more at the St Augustine Florida News online.
NEW SMYRNA BEACH - Bobby Godwin, creator and founder of EARTHSTAMP - a marketing company with a sustainable message is in town this week 'pitching.' In response to grass root movements to minimize carbon footprints and the human impact on the planet, EARTHSTAMP is a green way for organizations, businesses and individuals to advertise.
EARTHSTAMP is an abrasion resistant rubber stamp, which can imprint a message into a surface New Smyrna Beach has a...
Read more at the The Observer online.
98 The Beach Morning Show
Ever see some simple little invention where you think: Why didn't I think of that? Here's another one. It's called "Earthstamp" and it's the brainchild of Bobby Godwin, of Tensed, Idaho. Earthstamp offers companies looking for creative ways to advertise a new and inexpensive option that is green planet friendly. These are customizable, durable and abrasion-resistant large rubber stamps can be purchased by organizations or individuals to spread whatever message they believe pedestrians would notice...
98 The Beach Morning Show.
Moscow Pullman Daily News
On Saturday June 27 the Moscow Pullman Daily News ran the following article about EARTHSTAMP®.
Moscow Pullman Daily News Article.