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  • Custom Trade Show Bags Make More Than Sales at Your Next Trade Show

    We all want to close sales on the trade show floor, but let's’ be honest, these days business is taking a look back to the “good old days” when the first order of business was to get to know someone before trying to sell them something; and a handshake was as good as a signed contract. Now that doesn’t mean that sales are not closed on the trade show floor, they are, but chances are, some type of a touch point or start to a relationship happened before the show that was a big factor in making the sales. Am I right?
  • Buy Custom Reusable Bags for Marketing and Retail at Factory Direct Pricing

    If you’re in charge of creating a buzz around your brand, marketing at trade shows, or if you are a business owner, this 8 minute read is for you. If you're interested in making your life a little easier, saving yourself some time, and looking good at work, then position your business to help the planet and wildlife, while reducing plastic, with custom reusable bags.
  • New Research Shows U.S. Cities How to Manage Plastic Pollution Reduction

    Let's face it, we all know pollution is a pain for cities. Besides the fact that litter is an eyesore, there are a lot of problems that stem from pollution like the higher taxes that are needed to pay for clean up efforts. For these reasons and more, eliminating pollution is appealing to many cities in the United States. Many cities across the U.S. are trying to resolve the problem by targeting one of the main offenders; single-use plastic bags. There are a variety of ways a city or municipality can go about pollution reduction. The number of disposable plastic bag bans and fees being implemented is rising rapidly in the U.S., but how is a city to know which solution is the best for them? New research shows U.S. cities how to manage plastic pollution reduction.
  • Messaging Apps for Retailers Can Be a Game Changer

    3-5 Minute Read: Retailers are finding a new way to engage with their customers. Conversational commerce, or getting in touch via messaging apps utilizing natural language technologies, is quickly becoming an effective tool for retailers. Messaging apps for retailers can be a game changer when it comes to communicating with customers.
  • Most Effective Methods to Reduce Disposable Plastic Bag Use

    Disposable plastic bags have become so commonplace we almost miss them rolling by us tossed through the wind like tumbleweeds. These thin-film bags are lightweight and make it so easy to carry groceries and other goods but they are no friend to the environment, wildlife or our food-chain. The advantages of disposable plastic bags are no match for the disadvantages. From using up nonrenewable resources, to posing a threat to the planet and wildlife, single-use plastic bags are more of a nuisance than a help. For these reasons laws regulating disposable plastic bags, either through bans or fees, are on the rise. When it comes to combating the negative impacts and effective methods to reduce consumer use of single-use plastic bags, a new study shows that bag bans and fees are the answer.
  • 10 Marketing Quotes To Live By

    Marketing is, in large part, about motivating people to engage with a brand, but what is a marketing professional to do when they just don’t feel inspired? Words have a lot of power and sometimes the right words, from the right people, can help you refocus and reignite your passion for marketing.
  • Plastics Industry Still Pushing For a Halt to California Prop 67 Statewide Bag Ban

    Single-use plastic bag bans have been gaining momentum lately, and bans are popping up in cities all over the U.S. (and the world - check out our bag ban map to learn more about the bag ban movement!). From the beginning, the plastics industry has fought the bag ban movement and California has long been the primary battleground. Over 100 cities and counties within the state of California have already passed local laws banning or implementing fees on disposable plastic bags, and 2 years ago Governor Jerry Brown signed Prop 67, which bans single-use plastic bags and levies a 10-cent fee on paper bags in any area not already impacted by a local ban. Even before Prop 67 was signed, there was resistance from the plastics industry. This resistance ultimately lead to the ban to being put on hold, and as the November 8 election draws near plastic manufacturers are rallying to put an end to Prop 67.
  • Shop Now for Savings on Reusable Bags for Halloween Marketing!

    Halloween Marketing? We've Got You Covered! For a limited time we’re running our September eco special that makes it easy to score a great deal on custom reusable bags for Halloween marketing. Enjoy a free 1-color spooky, imprint and you can customize your bags with your logo, contact info and any other information you want to get out there. Prices as low as 99-cents per bag further sweetens the deal, but act fast, because this offer is only available September 20, 2016 through October 20, 2016.
  • Latest News on California's Plastic Bag Ban, SB270 and Helix Poly

    The plastic bag ban movement is almost synonymous with California. While the movement is certainly picking up momentum throughout the rest of the country, the Golden State has definitely embraced the notion of banning single-use plastic bags with well over 100 bag bans on the books. When the idea of a statewide ban began to circulate, it made perfect sense; in 2014 Governor Jerry Brown signed measure SB270 into law that banned single-use plastic bags and levied a 10-cent fee on paper bags. This ban was set to go into action in July 2015. However, opponents managed to delay the ban.
  • Choosing the Right Fabric to Create Your Reusable Bag for Marketing

    Marketing with a custom reusable bag is a smart choice for your brand and the planet. Since they are designed to be used again and again, reusable bags are constantly reminding consumers about your brand, or introducing your brand to people for the first time while also reducing plastic pollution. Reusable bags are environmentally friendly because they do away with the need and use of disposable plastic bags. When a reusable bag is made from recycled or sustainable materials it is even more eco-friendly. A major decision when it comes to creating a custom reusable bag is how to choose the fabric to use to create your one-of-a-kind bag. All of the fabrics we offer are durable and dependable and are designed and certified to withstand a heavy load, so you can rest assured that your custom reusable bag will deliver reliable results. To see how our custom reusable bags preformed when put to the test check this out. Keep reading to learn more about the fabric we offer and how to choose the right fabric for your custom reusable bag.

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