Monday, September 27, 2010

If You Took This Many Hits, You'd Be Dead - The GreenBox Video Blows Up AGAIN!!!

The simple, no-frills demonstration video for the GreenBox is on both YouTube and Vimeo, and has been linked to on a gazillion websites all over the world. It goes a little something like this:

That video has slowly and surely garnered tons of hits on both YouTube and Vimeo - but this past week saw a spectacular jump in the number of inquiring minds eager to learn about the GreenBox. On Vimeo, the GreenBox demonstration video garnered 118,000 hits in a single day (September 27th, to be exact). And over on YouTube, it looks like we're mere hours or away from 1 million total hits since this humble video was posted.

Thank you to all the enthusiastic fans of the GreenBox who have viewed the video and (we're sure) fallen in love with the product.

Now if I could only get that many people to read my blog, I'd be all set.


The GreenBox Intern

P.S. In response to a commenter on YouTube: yes, Alec Baldwin did in fact do the voiceover for the video, and I would like to take a moment to say that he was delightful to work with. Mr. Baldwin is a class act and the few hours we spent with him in the studio were a delight from start to finish - he even signed Sales Director Ned Kensing's motorized scooter! (Disclaimer: Alec Baldwin was not involved in the making of the GreenBox demonstration video in any capacity. Allegations of him being "a pleasure to work with" cannot be confirmed at this time. Sales Director Ned Kensing does in fact own and operate a motorized scooter, but it has not been signed or even seen by Alec Baldwin).


  1. I'll repeat what's been said: Sick, sick, sick awesome product guys.

    Btw, Mr Intern, how'd you like move up a rung on the ladder and suggest to your bosses using cool, renewable material for the boxes? You can take all the credit, I don't mind.

  2. @Rezhan: I think it would be great if companies could use a more sustainable resource that is non wood based. I think it would be great if pizza companies could offer a tree free based box.

  3. Rezhan:

    Thanks for the kind words about the GreenBox. As for my potential upward mobility, I wouldn't hold your breath - I consider myself Intern For Life. I find that lowered expectations are essential to maintaining serenity.

    As for the GreenBox, however - that product is about as upwardly mobile as they come. Up, up, and away!

    And Anonymous: CEO William Walsh is a born inventor, and he's always working on something bigger, better, and more environmentally stay tuned...

    The GreenBox Intern