Environmentally Friendly Totebags

Who knew recycling could look so good? I recently discovered this line of Spectrum Bags, made of 25% post-consumer recycled materials. I’m showing the basic tote bag above but there are lots of other styles too, including backpacks, duffels and cooler bags.

Besides the eco-friendly advantage, the other thing I love about the Spectrum bag line is the huge color choice – every single bag style comes in your choice of 26 different fabric colors – so there’s sure to be a color and a style to fit every need and color scheme.

Generally speaking, tote bags are great advertising vehicles. They’re inexpensive, can be used multiple times, have a huge imprint area and are highly visible when they’re carried around. If you combine these natural advantages of tote bags with the eco-friendly aspect of recycled material… Voila! A very nearly perfect promotional advertising vehicle!!

Events on the horizon where you could use these:

March 7th – Peace Corps Day

April 22nd – Earth Day

April 16th – Librarian’s Day

Interested in learning more? Here’s a link that will take you to the Avaline website so you can see all the different styles and colors of these bags: http://www.avaline.com/Default.aspx?tabid=111

If you’re interested in ordering any of the Spectrum line of recycled bags (or any other eco-friendly promotional items) please consider working with me. Any of the items on the Avaline website can be ordered through my company for the same prices as posted on their site. Simply give me a call (866-247-4320) or shoot me an e-mail (info@swagqueen.com) to get more information or place an order. Thanks for reading and have a happy Valentine’s Day!

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