California start-up Revolve Electronics, Inc. announced today that Dr. Michael Crooke, former CEO of Patagonia and Steve Case’s Revolution Living, has joined its Board of Directors to help inform the company’s green product development efforts and guide their social responsibility programs.
“I am pleased to join the Board of Directors at Revolve Electronics. I found that the company’s eco-friendly philosophy and dedication to innovation was consistent with my own beliefs,” says Dr. Michael Crooke. “I look forward to contributing my experience on the cutting-edge of corporate social responsibility to Revolve.”
“Having Dr. Michael Crooke join our team reinforces our belief that Revolve Electronics is on the right path as a company. Michael’s deep experience and keen insight will be absolutely invaluable as we endeavor to bring a fresh perspective to the consumer electronics industry. At Revolve, we’re making products that our grandchildren will be proud of.” says Eli Probst, President of Revolve.
Revolve (revolveusa.com) is the designer and manufacturer of Earth Friendly Electronics™ products. The company uses an innovative plastic for its products that is made from a proprietary blend of bamboo fibers and recycled plastic material. Its UL certified electronics meet the highest global standards for safety and reliability, and are free of hazardous substances like lead and mercury. The packaging is made from 100% recycled material and can be composted or recycled. Plus, smart feature design and advanced electronic circuitry save energy and help to reduce user’s carbon footprint. These are all key elements of Revolve Electronics’ unique approach to elevating the human experience and user consciousness with products that are visually stunning, astonishingly practical, sustainably created and manufactured.
“Our products are designed to simplify your life in a responsible way. With our χeMini, you will lighten your travel bag, always have a ready supply of power on the go, and use less grid power. We don’t want to punish people for making green choices, we want to reward them.” exclaims Todd Metlen, Executive Vice President.