RV Plus, Inc. ( RVPL.OB), a company who recently acquired America’s Green Machine, ECCO2, less than two weeks ago has entered a cooperation with Bradley Morris, Inc., a recruiting agency that enables individuals who are military veterans to find jobs. The two parties will work together to create thousands of job opportunities for US Military veterans seeking employment.
Cary Lee Peterson, RV Plus’ new CEO-Chairman and ECCO2 founder, comments, “The cooperation with Bradley Morris is something that will benefit the men and women who have served our country and deserve our support while returning from military assignments. I hold a great amount of respect and devotion toward these individuals and anticipate that ECCO2’s positive energy and motives can make a difference to enable our military veterans to find sufficient work to support their families.”
The partnership between both parties is a starting point for ECCO2 projects that will be expanding into over 60 countries over the next two years, thus would require thousands of workers in various fields to meet fulfillment goals for ECCO2, its subsidiaries, and affiliated partners.
ABOUT ECCO2ECCO2 (acronym for Environmental Control of Carbon Dioxide) is a corporate interface for universal clean technologies that are sustainable, reduce carbon emissions, and energy efficient in residential homes, commercial buildings, and transportation. ECCO2 has appeared in major media outlets such as Forbes, Wall Street Journal, CNN, MSNBC, and Bloomberg, in addition to participating in various clean-tech awareness conferences held by government agencies and private organizers. ECCO2 Corp, the non-profit sister company of the ‘ECCO2 family,’ was recently admitted to the United Nations Department of Economic Social Affairs by the DESA NGO Branch as an official non-governmental organization and is also an affiliate partner of United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change by partnership with Center for Climate Change and Environmental Studies, an admitted observer organization for the United Nations. This status held with the sectors of the United Nations opens many windows of opportunity to over $100 billion in financial aid to fund ECCO2 projects. Forward-Looking Statements: