Green News

  • 10 Reasons Your Brand Should be Marketing with Custom Business Bags

    Custom business bags are versatile. They make great marketing tools that will increase your brand's awareness and recognition, while also making it possible to promote your brand and align with your company's green goals. If you're still not sure about whether you should add custom reusable bags to your marketing lineup, here are 10 reasons why you should consider making this move.
  • Eco-Friendly Bags Only at 19 American Aquariums That Phase Out Plastic

    Oftentimes aquarium employees see the impact of litter on wildlife firsthand. The realities of single-use plastic items can be a hazard for the planet and animals, particularly marine animals. Many aquariums across the country have now banded together to help inform their visitors about the dangers of plastic pollution while also offering easy solutions to the plastic problem.
  • Why Eco-Friendly Tote Bags Are Good for The Environment

    The first incarnation of the tote bag was introduced in 1944 when L.L. Bean debuted a canvas bag that was built to carry ice. It became a commercial success when it was re-introduced to the market in the 1960s. Now, eco-friendly tote bags have become an alternative to single-use plastic bags. The material that's used in production, the guaranteed durability, and the affordability of eco-friendly tote bags make them products that have promotional value for the brand while also having the potential to improve the environment. Below, we take a look at how these features translate to a greener planet.
  • Tacoma Joins Long List of Plastic Bag Bans In Washington

    On Wednesday July 12, 2017 the Bring Your Own Bag Ordinance in Tacoma became official. Under this new law, disposable plastic bags are banned and paper bags are available for a 5-cent fee. The law impacts all retail businesses in Tacoma, including grocery stores, convenience stores, department stores, as well as temporary retailers and vendors at farmers markets and festivals.
  • What Is The Difference Between In Stock Vs. Overseas Reusable Grocery Bags?

    We recently received a question from a prospective customer about the difference between in stock and overseas orders, and we thought it was a great question that others might have, too. There are a lot of factors to consider when choosing the right reusable grocery bags for your brand. We want to make the process as easy as possible, so here is an explanation for some common questions.
  • 12 Twitter Profiles to Follow for Trade Show Marketing News

    Follow These Profiles to Sharpen Your Trade Show Marketing Strategy! Properly planning for a trade show requires a fresh perspective. Marketers are expected to stay two steps ahead when preparing a trade show booth. Hearing the voice of your customers, both the ones you already have and the ones you hope to reach, goes a long way. One of the ways we keep our finger on the pulse of trade show marketing is through social media. Here are 12 Twitter profiles that we look to for new tips, tricks and event information.
  • Pennsylvania Governor Says No to Ban on Plastic Bag Bans

    The state of Pennsylvania has wrestled with plastic bag legislation for several years. As plastic bag bans have increased across the country, it just seemed that Pennsylvania could not seem to pass their own laws around bags. Luckily, that trend continued after the Governor vetoed House Bill 1071. This bill was written to prevent local municipalities from passing laws to regulate bags. This means towns, cities, and counties in Pennsylvania would not have been able to pass plastic bag bans.
  • Florida Plastic Bag Bans and The Florida Keys

    For almost a decade it has been illegal for cities and counties in Florida to pass laws regulating disposable plastic bags. Efforts around plastic bag bans have continued to grow throughout the state. South Florida is definitely a hot bed for bag ban support.
  • Answering the 4 Most Pressing Questions About Plastic Bag Bans

    Cities, states, and countries are banning or taxing plastic bags at an increased rate and sometimes the viability of these bans is put into question. In the grand scheme of things, plastic shopping bags aren’t new, but they do offer convenience to consumers. Still, convenience is not enough of a reason to continue their use, especially when excellent, eco-friendly alternatives exist. According to the New York Times, plastic shopping bags were introduced in 1977, and they have had a grip on the environment ever since. Communities and consumers are growing wise to the harm that plastic bags can cause and are turning to reusable options. We have pinpointed 4 of the most pressing questions about plastic bag bans, and answer them below.
  • 6 Reusable Bag Materials for a Green Marketing Campaign

    The benefits of marketing with eco-friendly tote bags are proven for green marketing campaigns. The material used to construct your custom branded eco-friendly tote bags is relevant, but different types of reusable bag materials have different impacts. It can be hard to understand what the different materials are, and what they have to offer. To help you figure out the materials that are the best fit for your brand, today we break things down.

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