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You Tuber MrBeast Biggest Project Ever! Planting Trees!

Planting 20 Million Trees!

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November 04, 2019 - 12:15 am
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Have you heard of MrBeast? Jimmy Donaldson started YouTube in 2012 at age 13, under the handle "MrBeast600". Like many young teens, he was working his channel hard with attention-grabbing stunts that got his videos around 1000 views. In 2017 things changed for MrBeast when he released his 'counting to 100,000' video that got him tens of thousands of views in just a few days. From there YouTuber MrBeast has become a popular YouTube Star! At 21, he now has over 25 million subscribers with backing of a management company that's based in Dallas. 

Now MrBeast is using his YouTube Starpower for the good of the environment! He's been challenged numerous times by fans all over social media to celebrate his 20 plus million subscribers successs by helping out the Earth by Planting Trees ... 20 MILLION TREES! Now MrBeast is in the middle of his BIGGEST PROJECT EVER! 

When MrBeast first began Planting 20 Million Trees it was slow going. He had to figure out a way to get others involved so this challenge would be successful. Here's how MrBeast's tree planting journey started, and how his partnership w/ the National Arbor Day Foundation is leading his BIGGEST PROJECT EVER ... PLANTING 20 MILLION TREES! Check out the video, which is nothing like most tree planting videos. It's definitely got the funny entertaining MrBeast & friends 'It Factor' all over it. Which is why he has so many subscribers ... 

Donations are being collected by National Arbor Day Foundation. YouTube covers all transaction fees. The goal to raise $20 Million that will Plant 20 Million Trees by January 1, 2020! Joining TeamTrees for a $1 will get MrBeast w/ his friends at the National Arbor Day Foundation even closer to successfully reaching the goal, and completing  the challenge … PLANTING 20 MILLION TREES … MrBeast's BIGGEST PROJECT EVER!

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