This is quickly becoming a question a lot of people are asking and with good reason. Why should you use reusable bags when in a lot of places, you can get disposable plastic bags for free? Well it turns out that those free bags really aren’t free and there is a whole slew of reasons why you should stock up on reusable shopping bags.
We just kicked off a spectacular summer promotion that makes it easier than ever to get customized reusable bags into your customers’ hands for successful marketing ROI. There is a lot of value to marketing your brand with a reusable product – every time your customers carry your branded bag they reinforce their connection with your brand, but they also spread your marketing message to their family, friends, coworkers and even complete strangers. By carrying your branded reusable bag your customers increase your brand recognition and ensure you receive an amazing return on your investment.
Trade shows have come a long way in terms of being green, and while this is great, being innovative will allow you to make your next trade show or event even greener. In a recent post for TSNN our very own CMO, Shane Shirley, outlined some ways you can work some green into your next event. Some of these methods are a little out of the ordinary, but they will definitely make your trade show greener and hopefully inspire you to find some innovations of your own to lead you to a greener trade show.
Can people identify your brand and the products and services you provide simply by seeing your logo? Do people recognize your corporate colors? Is your tag line one that is genuine, sticks in people’s minds and works to build a relationship?
There is a lot of value in people recognizing your branding information because people feel comfortable with what they know, and when people know your brand, you are working to build a relationship that makes them more likely to work with you and purchase your products.
There are several things you can do to increase your brand recognition. Read on to learn more about establishing and maintaining your branding.
Looking for Ways to Reduce Plastic Pollution? We Have 10 Ideas!
Plastic pollution is a major environmental problem from the damage caused to the planet, animals and their habitats to the unnecessary waste that accumulates in landfills and the frightening impact we are starting to investigate on our food chain.
While most types of plastic are recyclable and recycling rates are slowly on the rise, the best solution to the plastic pollution problem is to simply reduce how much plastic you use.
Here Are 10 Ways You Can Reduce Plastic Pollution.
Recycling rates for single use plastic bags are minuscule but thankfully they are on the rise, largely due to increased outreach and education programs. However, there is still a long way to go and an awful lot of work to be done to get these numbers to a point where they will actually make a dent in the single use plastic bags that wreak havoc on our planet and food chain.
When most people hear the term reusable bags they think of grocery bags, which is fine and makes sense given how popular reusable shopping bags have become as of late, but there are so many different styles of reusable bags to choose from.
While a specialized bag has an intended purpose – there is no reason such a bag can’t be used for so many other things. We’d like to shine a light on our reusable wine totes to help illustrate that while these bags are great for wine bottles they are capable of so much more.
If you’re looking for a new marketing tool to promote your brand and help your clients and prospects, give our reusable folding totes a look – we offer a wide selection of eco folding tote bags that are all eco-friendly and reusable while also offering a small and lightweight size, so you will minimize your carbon footprint, offer your customers a compact and convenient carrying solution while getting the word out about your brand. Here is a look at three of our eco folding totes that are a great option for your brand.
There is a growing trend around the world to ban single-use plastic bags. In Africa, Asia and Europe, these bans are typically implemented at a country wide level, but similar measures are gaining in popularity in the United States. However, State side these bag bans are applied at a city or county level. The world is a diverse place, and yet it seems that banning single-use plastic bags is a commonality – something that people from drastically different cultures can agree on and see value in. I have broken down why disposable plastic bags are being banned across the world.
The simple choice to switch to reusable grocery bags can have so many positive ramifications and will lead the way to big changes for wildlife. From reducing litter and greenhouse gases to increasing the use of sustainable materials, reusable grocery bags are the smart choice as far as wildlife is concerned. If you really want to make a difference, it’s time to grab some reusable grocery bags!