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  • Create Reusable Wine Bags Your Customers Will Love and Your Wine Deserves

    The wine you create is a labor of love. The bags you offer to your customers to carry your wine home or to friends and family gatherings should be a reflection of your work and work to effectively market your winery. Reusable wine bags are fantastic marketing tools for wineries because they not only are utilitarian, they also work to spread your branding message, deliver a great ROI, and help reduce plastic pollution on our planet. Since you have a special product, the wine you work so hard to perfect, you should give your customers a perfect bag in which to carry your bottled wine. Here's how to create completely custom reusable wine bags that your customers will love and use again and again.
  • 3 Reasons Why You Should Go Reusable Now

    Single-use plastic bags are expensive to produce, starting with the process of making them all the way down to the hidden charges that are worked into the cost of products you are buying. Finally, they take their final form as rubbish that will pollute the earth for up to 1,000 years.
  • Businesses Do Right by the Planet by Marketing with Eco-Friendly Bags

    The ocean is a beautiful, vast and awe-inspiring, invaluable resource. When the health of the ocean fails, the health of the entire planet and all of it’s inhabitants, will follow suit. In a recent article, Richard Branson breaks down the importance of the ocean and explains how protecting the ocean is everyone’s business. His post, and the video he included in it, help to really bring home the idea that we are all responsible for protecting our oceans. Smart businesses are helping out and protecting the world’s oceans, while also getting their message seen by promoting their brand with eco-friendly bags.
  • 5 Surefire Trade Show Marketing Ideas

    A trade show is an opportunity for your company to spread its wings and meet potential customers and partners face-to-face, but the work starts long before the doors to the conference hall open. The show itself should be the easy part. The real challenge presents itself when planning your marketing assets for the event. Here are some ideas to guide your trade show marketing strategy:
  • 5 Trade Show Marketing Blogs You Should Be Reading

    When you’re planning a trade show or another type of event, it can be easy to get burned out or hit the planning equivalent of writer’s block. When this happens, you might just need a fresh perspective or maybe some insider tips from a pro. We rounded up 5 of our absolute favorite trade show marketing blogs that are all full of great information to help you get your event on track.
  • Share The Love This Valentine's Day and #GoReusableNow with Eco-Friendly Bags

    Today is about love and appreciation for that special someone in your life, but what about showing some love and appreciation for the planet? Your company can do just that when you promote your brand with eco-friendly bags.
  • 5 Types of Promotional Bags for Trade Show Marketing

    While walking the floors of a trade show, you will almost certainly see a number of attendees toting promotional bags. This is for a good reason. They act as walking billboards so their mobile message stays top of mind and generates more brand impressions (5,700+) in the U.S. than any other type of promotional item. Businesses hand out bags with their printed logos during trade shows to generate leads, promote brand awareness and foster positive impressions. But, what types of trade show bags should marketers hand out to extend brand visibility beyond the exhibit hall? We’ve put together a list of bags that are designed to aid marketers in their journey towards generating trade show marketing ROI.
  • South Carolina Moves Closer to a Ban on Plastic Bag Bans

    A bill in South Carolina will determine if municipalities can regulate “auxiliary containers,” such as disposable bags and cups. The bill covers a wide range of containers made from a variety of materials, but single-use plastic bags are at the center of the debate. Essentially, this measure will determine if cities, towns and counties can or cannot pass plastic bag bans. The bill was recently sent to the House floor and state legislators will vote to decide. If passed South Carolina would join the ranks of Michigan where plastic bag bans were recently banned. Plastic bag bans require a change in consumer behavior, but they can have a major impact for the better on the environment. Furthermore, plastic bag bans can have a significant impact on your brand’s marketing.
  • NYC Says NO to Reusable Shopping Bags

    The 5-cent fee on disposable plastic plastic bags handed out in New York City that was set to go into action this month was recently canceled before it even got started. The motivation behind the measure was to discourage the use of disposable plastic bags and the resulting negative environmental impact, and encourage the use of reusable shopping bags. Despite a lot of support it turns out there was more opposition, and lawmakers overturned the ruling. While it looks like there is no immediate solution to address the plastic bag problem in NYC there are still ways to turn things around.
  • Positive and Negative Impacts of Existing Plastic Bag Bans

    As the 2016 election came to a close and the votes were tallied, the California bag ban became a reality thanks to a 52 percent “yes” vote. As a result of the vote, large grocery stores, pharmacies and other retail stores are no longer allowed to provide single-use plastic bags to shoppers, while other small retailers will join after a year. As the California bag ban settles in, many are left wondering if it’s reducing environmental damage and waste. While it may be too early to tell with California’s ban, there are a few cities and countries around the globe that are already seeing positive results after banning plastic bags in their location. San Jose, San Francisco, CA and Thurston County, Washington have proven to be among the most successful U.S. cities in waste reduction as a result of their own bans on plastic bags. Let’s look at a few examples of cities and countries that have done well (environmentally) with their plastic bag bans so far:

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