Maybe you’ve heard rumors that something big and awesome was coming from ACE. Now, it’s finally here – the premiere of the world’s first personalized music video, Crush Global Warming.
Not only is the video pretty awesome — you can use Facebook to make your friends the star of the video! Your friends’ pics actually appear IN the video – on cell phones, billboards, TV and more! (there’s a non-Facebook version too.)
Crush Global Warming is all about going green with style – and declaring energy independence. It supports ACE’s Declaration of Independence from Fossil Fuels, which was written by 15-year-old Alec Loorz to help youth raise their voice against climate change.
Try it now and be one of the first!
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