Attention entertainment lovers- introducing a brand new site where you can get all the latest songs, movies and books while giving to charity!  Does it get any better?!

Huzo.com is at its simplest level an entertainment retailer.  You can purchase music, movies and more- and feel good about it!  That’s because a portion of every dollar you spend is donated to various charities.  On top of that, you can earn money for yourself.  By inviting your friends, family & co-workers to join Huzo, you earn 2% of every purchase they make.  Cold hard cash to expand your entertainment collection, or use to take your girlfriend out to dinner!

Huzo has all the newest music releases, in fact their selection is bigger than their competitors and the price is the same if not cheaper!

Huzo was created by Terrell Samuels after six years of hard work.  Samuels wanted to change the world and give everyone else a chance to make a difference as well.  More than 100 billion dollars are spent on entertainment each year.  Samuels decided to create a site where people could spend the same money, while earning money for themselves and donating to charities, churches, foundations and schools- www.huzo.com.

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