The goal of any marketing item is to make an impact, but if you’re not sure what type of marketing tool is right for your brand, we suggest utilizing reusable tote bags. Some marketing items are specific to certain demographics, but reusable bags are useful for everyone. These promotional bags will get your brand tons of exposure while also delivering great ROI and living up to your company’s green goals. Are you thinking about adding reusable tote bags to your marketing lineup? We are here to help.
Across industries, people seem to be confused as to the difference between reusable and recycled items. Although they sound similar, they are actually two distinctive terms.
A recycled item often refers to something that can be reused, but unlike reusable items, it’s made of recycled materials. As part of the recycling process, things like plastic or glass bottles are broken down and turned into something new and completely different.
Reusable items, on the other hand, are something that you can reuse over and over again.
We’ve summarized some of the primary differences between reusable bags and recycled bags (below) to give our customers the information needed to make an educated purchasing decision.
Custom reusable shopping bags are a very effective way to promote your brand. If you want a promotional item that delivers a great ROI, is eco-friendly, durable and safe than custom reusable shopping bags are what you’re looking for. Creating something custom can be intimidating and time consuming, but not when you work with us. We’ve streamlined the process to be 4 simple steps that make it easy to create your very own custom reusable shopping bags.
A new year means the next round of conventions and trade shows are about to get underway and that is pretty exciting stuff. This is a great time to freshen up your trade show marketing with some often overlooked trade show marketing tips.
You know what is working to position your brand to get noticed and increase your brand’s awareness; but we have a couple of tips we think might help drive your brand even further into success. Keep reading for two simple tips, to help you prepare your trade show marketing in 2017.
If you’re a big coffee drinker, you’re likely to capitalize on buy one, get one, coffee ground sales to save money and to fill your pantry so you always have a supply ready for when you need it. The same can be said for when it comes to investing in reusable shopping bags for your business.
Here are five reasons your business should consider purchasing wholesale reusable shopping bags.
In the last few years, disposable plastic bag bans are popping up all over the place. There is a strong movement to restrict the use of single-use plastic bags, but at the same time, there are groups fighting to stave off these measures. Lots of problems are blamed on plastic bags, but they seem pretty harmless.
When voters in California passed Prop 67 and ratified SB270, single-use plastic bags were prohibited throughout the entire state. Bag bans are nothing new in California; before the election 150 cities, counties and municipalities in the Golden State had bans in place. SB270 extends a disposable plastic bag ban to areas not already impacted by an existing ban; this measure also levies a 10-cent fee on paper bags. Many California shoppers have already established the habit of bringing their own reusable grocery bags to the store, and the California Grocers Association is confident the rest of the state’s residents will quickly get on board with the California bag ban.
Conventions and trade shows are busy experiences. There is a lot of hustle and bustle and activity. Reusable convention bags make great takeaway that will leave a lasting impression, because they are incredibly useful during the convention and after the event is over. We’ve come up with three ways to make your convention bags stand out, and get your brand noticed at your next event.
Chicago has long worked toward finding a solution to the trash and litter generated by disposable bags. The Chicago plastic bag ban rolled out in phases starting on August 1, 2015. This measure banned thin plastic bags but there was a big problem with the Chicago bag ban.
We’ve all had the experience of carrying a bundle of plastic bags from the grocery store. Sometimes, you may even take a couple more bags just because they’re free and you can store them at home for another use. Plastic bags are used at stores across the U.S., but that’s slowly changing.
A movement to ban plastic bags in select cities and towns has grown, and now the most populous state in the U.S. has voted to instate a statewide ban on plastic bags.
In late 2016, California banned single-use plastic bags, with other states, such as Massachusetts and New York, considering their own similar actions. To acknowledge and highlight this growing trend, we put together a few of the most commonly asked questions (and answers) about the California bag ban: