Elevated X Waives Setup Fees for ASACP Sponsors, Members

LOS ANGELES — Elevated X said it is showing support for ASACP's child protection mission by waiving its $500 setup fee for any current ASACP supporter that purchases its popular adult content management system.

To further support ASACP's child protection mission, Elevated X said it will donate 10 percent of every adult CMS purchase to the ASACP Foundation from now until May 31.

“We believe that advocating for Children's rights and protecting children is important. We’re happy to put our support behind an organization like ASACP by offering a discount for anyone who shares in supporting this cause,” Elevated X CEO AJ Hall said.

“The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) and sister organization, the ASACP Foundation, rely on the generous financial support and other assistance that it receives from its sponsors, members and contributors, in order to carry out its mission of keeping children out of and away from adult entertainment,” ASACP Executive Director Tim Henning said. “During this current U.S. election year, when the politics of porn are playing out across the world stage, it’s even more important than ever for the industry to show its support of ASACP — the trade group that helps businesses protect themselves by protecting children.

“Elevated X has a distinguished history of supporting ASACP in unique ways, including the automatic integration of the Restricted To Adults (RTA) child protection meta label into its client websites,” Henning added. “This provides an immediate front-line defense against minors accessing a site’s age-restricted content, while demonstrating the website owner’s desire to ‘do the right thing.’”

This offer is exclusive to current ASACP members and sponsors only and may not be combined with any other offer.

Elevated X is the 2012 XBIZ Software Company of the Year Award winner.

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