Notes from Ecofest Arlington

19 Sep

Ecofest Arlington

This weekend was the third Ecofest Arlington, hosted by the City of Arlington Texas, which the city promotes as a “free, family oriented event, [which] helps build a sense of community, stimulates environmental awareness, and promotes stewardship across North Texas”. Bascially it is just a lot of good fun, good music, and good food.

The two biggest draws at this year’s event where likely the class on building your own rain barrel and certainly the tree give away.

This year, instead of using plant containers or bags for the small trees, the city decided to use a reusable, dishwasher safe, and recyclable custom printed cup from Visstun.

The tagline for Visstun is “visually stunning cups” and they totally lived up to their reputation on this product. The cups were printed with a full color wrap which included the Ecofest logo, plus information on tree planting and welfare, and QR codes for more information on planting trees in North Texas. So instead of a simple plastic, throw away bag, each tree came with one of these great, yet practical, reusable souvenirs.

Take a look at the video.


If you are an ASI distributor looking for knock out cups talk to Joe Davis at Visstun. If you are interested in Hi-def Visstun Reusable Clear Plastic Cups to promote your own business contact your local promotional items vendor or email for information and pricing.

3 Responses to “Notes from Ecofest Arlington”


  1. Holiday Tree in a Bag « Adventures in Green Marketing - December 12, 2011

    […] ECOFEST this year, the City of Arlington gave away 500 trees for planting in the City. Trees are truly the lungs of the planet and what could be more […]

  2. Garyline Earth Day Sale Items « Adventures in Green Marketing - April 16, 2012

    […] Recycled Stadium Cup. Basic stadium cups made from recycled content. I much prefer the cups from Visstun for their full color imprint. But for the price this is a sturdy recycled materials stadium cup. […]

  3. Visstun: Second Time, Same Charm « Adventures in Green Marketing - October 19, 2012

    […] time however, instead of talking trees, the cups were designed to promote the City of Arlington’s use of the Water Monster portable […]

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