Ash City Expands With Eco Bags & Caps

21 Jul

This is a guest post by John Simonetta, owner of Proforma Simonetta Freelance, an eco-friendly promotional items consultancy (see proformagreen.com). John’s blogs are designed to keep us up to date on the “greening” of his industry.

Ash City, one of the leaders in eco-friendly promotional apparel, is branching out into caps and bags made from recycled materials.

Talking to Chris Clark, Vice President of Sales with Ash City USA, about their expansion he again echoed what I have seen before, now that there is a growing demand for these products, manufacturers like Ash City are trying to bring as many quality items made from sustainable resources to market as soon as possible.

For the Ecopreneurist this means that you can expect more options, better quality, and greater selection for your marketing and promotional needs.

For example the 12 1/4″H x 16 1/4″W x 3″D Recycled Polyester Computer Brief Chris mentions at the end of this video is 65% recycled polyester/35% polyester 600 denier canvas, with a stylish color-block front pocket plus audio port, and reinforced sides, bottom and front/back walls to provide some basic support and protection for the laptops it carries.

At EQP $32.50 with 7000 stitches of embroidery I think it is a great example of the new breed of stylish apparel and computer totes that just happen to be eco-friendly.

If you want to learn more about the commitment of Ash City to eco-friendly promotional items development contact Chris Clark.

If you are interested in these items to promote your own business contact your local promotional items vendor or email info@proformagreen.com for information and pricing.

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