Will California Become the First State to Officially Ban Single Use Plastic Bags?

Will California Become the First State to Officially Ban Single Use Plastic Bags?

There has been a growing movement in California working to ban disposable plastic shopping bags and go reusable for many years now, and while there have been plenty of smaller scale victories, with a total of 62 jurisdictions successfully passed bag bans, California is now on the verge of banning plastic bags at a state level. This is an exciting time for our entire nation – as this statewide ban will start a new chapter in not only the state of California’s quest to eliminate the damaging impact plastic bags have on our environment, but it will propel the rest of the United States toward statewide bag bans as well.

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How to Start A Bag Ban: What You Need to Know About Starting a Bag Ban in Your City

How to Start A Bag Ban: What You Need to Know About Starting a Bag Ban in Your City

Plastic bag bans take a lot of work and planning to become a reality. It can seem like a daunting task at times, but with careful planning, research and dedication you can start a movement and get a single use plastic bag ban on the books in your hometown. Look how many towns all over the world have succeeded in implementing a single use bag ban and if they can do it, you can too!

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Why Choose FDP for Your Reusable Bags?

Why Choose FDP for Your Reusable Bags?

There are a lot of companies out there who make reusable bags – what really sets Factory Direct Promos apart is the level of customization we offer and our stellar customer service staff. Our staff is trained to help turn your vision into a marketing reality, all while offering top-notch quality, amazing prices a quick turnaround, so you can start getting your bags in your customer’s hand right away.

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Product Placement with a Green Twist

Product Placement with a Green Twist

A lot of careful consideration is given to the props that turn up in TV shows and movies. From coffee cups to couches and eyeglasses to cleaning products, the items that are used to dress sets and appear as props are not only key to the plot, but they also reflect social trends and lend credibility and depth to the characters and the production. Green Product Placement, the brainchild of Beth Bell, is working to place green and sustainable products in order to raise social awareness while also promoting the products and brands.

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