It’s our commitment that our customers live and promote an eco-friendly lifestyle. We primarily do this by focusing on the day-to-day benefits of eco-friendly bags and the various customizable options we offer. Replacing single-use plastic bags with a reusable option is an essential step that can be taken by anybody, but that’s not to say there aren’t others that can be taken.
Become aware of how your choices can affect the environment. Comparing reusable bags to plastic bags is a good place to start, but don’t stop there. Let’s explore why being eco-friendly is important, how you can get started, and how to grow with this lifestyle change.
I am totally into life hacks and anything that can make my busy life easier. How about you? I really love it when the hack involves saving money and living a more conscious life. So you can imagine how happy I was that one of our articles on eco-friendly bags was shared on IdeaHacks.com!
The site is stocked full of ideas on how to live naturally and simply. They are certainly worth a follow on one of their social sites. You will definitely pick up some great eco-tips and ideas.
The IdeaHacks.com article, 10 Easy Ways To Be An Ethical Consumer Without Breaking The Bank, was about much more than eco-friendly bags. It was about hacking life to become an ethical consumer and saving cash at the same time. Right up my alley.
I loved it so much, I put together the highlights below.
How to Position Your Brand to Appeal to Consumers?
I was lucky enough to write an article for Factory Direct Promos, that was published on Brand Quarterly. If you are not familiar with them, they are an online magazine that focuses on brand building. The thing I love about them, other than the high quality of articles that offer actionable tips, is that they understand branding is woven into the fabric of a business. Branding does not stand alone nor does it exist in a funnel. It is a function of the entire enterprise. With that thinking in mind, today I want to share a bit about building your brand, through a social mission.
You already offer a great product or service, but the thing is your competitors do, too. If you are looking for a way to distinguish your brand and add appeal, your brand should be on a social mission. Selecting and working toward a cause can give your brand purpose that appeals to your employees and consumers. Defining a social mission is a way to engage your employees and customers, and it can give your brand a serious edge over your competitors.
In an unanimous vote Coral Gables’ Commissioners approved a disposable plastic bag ban. Retailers will have a year to implement the plastic bag ban. After that time violators will be fined. Retailers are allowed to provide reusable compostable or paper bags for free or for a fee at their choosing. Enforcement of the ban and fines are effective immediately for special events.
The passing of this law is positive news for Palm Beach County, Jacksonville Beach and the Florida Keys as all areas in Florida trying to implement bans of their own.
Last week I had the pleasure of heading to BizBash Florida in Fort Lauderdale with our SBS Brand’s CEO, Bill English, and our Factory Direct Promos’ Operation’s Manager, Beth Wilkerson. The show was quite a promotional marketing experience as you can imagine.
From donut filled specialty sandwiches made right before your eyes with blowtorches and singing chefs, to more people on stilts doing seemingly impossible feats than I had ever seen in one place before, the gathering of event planners and vendors was truly a blast.
When the convention center doors open and the day gets rolling, potential customers will flood the scene, scanning for which brands stand out as they look for the best promotional products they can get their hands on.
Convention bags are an easy way to spread brand awareness to potential customers directly at the point of contact, with the hope that your message continues to spread through word of mouth as the bag continues to be used.
Of course, there will be a focus on which brands are providing quality giveaways. But, offering a reliable, eye-catching promotional product for attendees to carry their other new gear in for the rest of day can deliver a return-on-investment long after the event ends.
Creating a set of convention bags that people will flock to your booth for can be made possible by following these three steps.
Now is the time to save big with our spring sale! For a limited time you can take advantage of a great deal on our reusable tsunami bags. This eco special is only around for a short time, so get your quote request in now! Reusable products make great promotional marketing tools simply by their reusable nature, but when you can lock in an even better price, like you can with this sale, you can really get the most out of your marketing budget.
When California passed a disposable plastic bag ban this was big news for the environment. We have told you what your business needs to know about the California bag ban. In can take time, but once shoppers form the habit of bringing their reusable bags to the store bag bans can also help retailers. It is worth noting that the California Grocers Association supports the California bag ban. The positive impact extends to other businesses, too. Here are 3 ways to make the California bag ban work for your brand.
While they share many qualities with our vast selection of custom reusable bags, custom canvas bags have their own redeeming qualities. Similar to other options for reusable bags, they are eco-friendly, durable, and customizable. But, what sets them apart from the rest?
In order to create an effective marketing tool for any brand that’s hoping to develop and push a green initiative, the product must work in unison with the message, whatever that might be.
Let’s take a deeper look into the underlying features of custom canvas bags that make this experience more unique.
Plastic bag bans began to gain traction around 2007 when San Francisco approved a law prohibiting disposable plastic bags in certain retail establishments. San Francisco’s ban was not implemented until 2012, and it was expanded in 2013, but ever since the law was first approved, plastic bag bans have continued to pop up.
We have highlighted below several cities that have plastic bag bans in place. To learn more and see the plastic bag ban movement as a whole, check out our bag ban map. Our bag ban map of the entire world shows which cities have banned plastic bags, implemented bag fees, and shows those cities that have had failed bag bans. You can also get a quick alphabetical list of cities that have plastic bag bans on our Top Green Cities in the U.S. page.