If you are a distributor of promotional products, the basis for your business model most likely includes buying wholesale reusable shopping bags and totes of all kinds for your clients. If you do not have a factory in China, you may be out of luck in obtaining those wholesale reusable shopping bags at the lowest possible price. Especially on your custom work, how will you make a decent profit?
Of course you can sift through a thousand suppliers on Alibaba, but do you really have time for that? After spending a lot of precious time sifting through numerous suppliers to get your wholesale reusable shopping bags, will you really feel like you have actually secured the best deal?
We understand your frustration. After more than 20 years in business and a factory in China, we know how to help you make the right choice. We have also streamlined our processes from helping you place your order, to manufacturing and delivering your final product.
The customization process also lets you create wholesale reusable shopping bags that are useful and function and will be something your customers want to use. We simplified the process, so designing your wholesale reusable shopping bags has never been easier.
One of the things that make custom reusable bags great promotional tools is that they are always working to promote your brand. They make your fans, clients and prospects into walking billboards for your brand. Add in the durability and ability to create something unique that represents your brand, and you have an ideal promotional piece for marketing and retail use. Creating one-of-a-kind, reusable bags lets you get your custom branded bags directly into your customers and prospects’ hands, and gives them the ability endorse your brand.
Saving money makes it possible to get the most out of your budget, helps your bottom line, and also delivers a certain type of satisfaction from landing an amazing deal. If you are thinking about ordering custom reusable bags, we have two insider tips to help you get the lowest price.
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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:
Reusable wine totes are definitely handy when it comes to safely and easily carrying bottles of wine, but they deliver more than just wine; they deliver your branding message into the hands of consumers long after the wine is gone, leaving people wanting more.
Reusable shopping bags are gaining in popularity with everyone from consumers to marketing execs. This uptick in the use of reusable shopping bags is largely due to laws regulating disposable plastic bags like the new California bag ban. All of the problems caused by single-use plastic bags are well documented.
From using non renewable resources like natural gas and oil, to the likelihood of single-use plastic bags ending up as litter entering our food chain or sitting in a landfill forever, we must stop their use. The resulting environmental issues make it no secret that disposable plastic bags are bad news.
Typically, when bag bans or fees come about it is from a concern for the environment. The logic is by eliminating single-use plastic bags, the negative ramifications will a
After all of the votes were tallied we are happy to report that Californians voted in favor of Proposition 67. This means single-use plastic bags will be banned in the Golden State. The bag ban, SB270, was initially approved by the state Legislature and signed into law by the governor in 2014, but a referendum backed by the plastics industry, known as Proposition 67 put the matter on the ballot. Disposable plastic bag bans are very popular throughout California, but this statewide ban will fill in the gaps between the different cities and counties that have their own bans.
There are always lots of exciting new developments in the plastic bag ban movement and each one brings opportunities to market your brand, business or retail outlet. We love bringing you the most recent updates because if you are doing business in any of these locations, this is the perfect time for a perfect marketing opportunity.
In this latest installment of our bag ban update, we have lots of new disposable bag bans and fees going into effect. We also have a couple instances of cities working to fine-tune their existing laws that you should be aware of.
There is certainly not a one-size-fits all approach to bag laws. A law that works for one city oftentimes will not work for another city, but as Chicago and Boulder are learning the laws they initially passed have had some unintended consequences or just no longer work as effectively. Keep reading to learn more.
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.