Updated: Mar 1
Earth Day is an annual event celebrated on April 22 by over 1 billion people. Events are held worldwide to show support for the environment. Earth Day was first celebrated in 1970 and is now an official date in as many as 193 countries. In 2016 in Paris, an agreement was signed by the United States, China, and 120 other countries.
For many, this is an important date and showing your support can only enhance customer experience with your brand and message. below, we have selected popular products that are considered environmentally friendly. Although, promotional items are often offered in the color green, we feel that your imprinted message is of far more importance than the item color.
Here are some messages that we have seen and can easily be incorporated on an "earth friendly promo products"
Foursquare - Get outside and celebrate with a hike this weekend.
IKEA USA - Check out 4 easy potted plants to bring some into your home
NASA - Celebrate & share pics of your favorite place on Earth
Pfizer - Pfizer celebrates Earth Day & marks 5th anniversary of our green journey
What types of items are available as eco-friendly?
ECO-INSPIRED PEN - Paper Barrel With Wooden Clip.
Eco-Inspired Strap Notebook - Paper Cover.
Eco-Jersey™ Slouchy Pullover - 50% Polyester (6.25% Recycled), 38% Cotton (6.25% Organic), 12% Rayon
Grow Pot Eco-Planter - Planter made from reclaimed organic materials including bamboo and corn fiber
Oxo-Biodegradable Die Cut Bags - These eco-friendly, 3.0 mil. Oxo-Biodegradable plastic bags will degrade under proper conditions when discarded responsibly. The bags feature a non-reinforced die cut handle.
Dunes Matte Laminated Tote Bag - Affordable alternative to cotton! Natural-color matte-laminated material gives this 105 combined GSM tote bag
And so much more in the Earth Day Catalog! Note that you will never pay website prices! Contact us for an amazing price and help selecting your Earth Day promotional product.
Remember that your customers do not expect you to be perfect in your effort to minimize your impact on the environment. They just want you to be honest. Doing a little is always better than doing nothing.
Earth day, be part of it!