ROK Appoints Coco Eco Magazine as Publication Partner for JP Selects

Wed 18th May 2011

ROK Global PLC, the mobile  and web technology, applications and services company, has appointed Los Angeles-based Coco Eco Magazine as the official Publication Partner for JP Selects.

With the motto  ‘the best for you, better for the world’ JP Selects - - is the brainchild of ROK’s co-founders, John Paul DeJoria and Jonathan Kendrick. JP Selects is designed to offer eco-conscious consumers the widest range of the world’s best and most dynamic, eco-friendly, ethical, natural and sustainable consumer products in one single online retail portal.

John Paul DeJoria is also the co-founder of such global businesses as Paul Mitchell hair care and Patron Tequila.

As Publication Partner, Coco Eco Magazine will provide editorial content and media support for JP Selects and will provide each new JP Selects member a complimentary year's subscription to the publication. In addition, Editor in Chief of Coco Eco, Anna Griffin, will bring her expertise in the procurement of the best sustainable fashion and beauty brands as VP of Eco-Sustainability for JP Selects.

Launched in Los Angeles in October 2008, Coco Eco Magazine is a contemporary digital publication celebrating sustainable fashion, beauty, celebrity and cause. Featuring stunning eco-chic pictorials, celebrity interviews and editorial content, Coco Eco is a leading online portal for people seeking to engage in a sophisticated, stylish and sustainable lifestyle.
"We are thrilled to have this opportunity to work with John Paul DeJoria and Jonathan Kendrick in the launch and the promotion of JP Selects and we look forward to supporting their vision." Said Anna Griffin.

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