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April 2019

Thank you to our customers for helping bees, Monarchs and other pollinators by distributing thousands of pollinator-friendly seed packets at your Earth Day events

Monarch butterflies and honey bees, are in danger. According to the National Wildlife Federation, over the last two decades, the North American monarch population has declined by more than 90 percent. There are many reasons why Monarchs are disappearing, including deforestation in Mexico where butterflies migrate to survive through the winter, climate change and pesticides and urban development wiping out milkweed. Monarchs lay their eggs on milkweed and these are the only plants their caterpillars can eat. Milkweed plants are...

Eco Promotional Products | Summer Travel 2019

May is just around the corner. Memorial Day, May 27th, marks the unofficial first day of summer. Whether you are traveling by car or plane, you can still make eco-friendly choices while away from home, regardless of the duration of your trip.

One of the easiest ways to be green while on vacation is to bring a reusable water bottle. While you can’t bring liquids through airport security, most airports have filtered water refill stations. Instead of buying high-priced, disposable bottles of water, bring an empty bottle and fill it once you are through security. In addition to airports...

Eco-Friendly Promotional Products | National Bike Month 2019

Every May, cyclists across the country join together to promote National Bike Month. Sponsored by the League of American Bicyclists. The events are National Bike Month, National Bike to Work Week (May 13–19), Bike to Work Day (May 17) and National Bike to School Day (May 8). All events showcase the benefits of cycling and encourage more people to use a bicycle for their health and transportation needs.

Many large cities with miles of bike lanes such as Boston, Chicago, Portland, Ore. and Denver have special events on Bike to Work Day meant to encourage more residents to ditch their...