9″ Flyer – Recycled Flyer

20 Feb
 12 Let your message soar with Garyline™ fun flyers - molded with 40% post-industrial recycled polypropylene.


Let your message soar with Garyline™ fun flyers – molded with 40% post-industrial recycled polypropylene.

Looking for an inexpensive, sustainable, festival item. The 9″ Flyer – Recycled Flyer from our friends at Garyline might be the perfect fit.

The 9″ Flyer – Recycled Flyer runs as low as $0.84 per unit, with one color artwork imprint. They come Eco Gray, Black, Eco Navy (PMS 289), Eco Tan (PMS 466), and Eco Green (PNS 554). The flyers are 40% post-industrial recycled polypropylene, with a weight of 80 grams. The imprint area is the full face of the flyer, perfect for circular logos and designs.

The  9″ Flyer – Recycled Flyer is also CPSIA compliant for toy product safety and labeling, and FDA Compliant – Safe for food contact, which makes these a great event item for restaurant, as they can double as meal trays. The  9″ Flyer – Recycled Flyer is Union made in New York.

Flyer insert. Imprint color to match flyer.

Flyer insert. Imprint color to match flyer.

Additionally, the 9″ Flyers are available with printed insert cards that can be used as coupons, tickets, special announcements, or as a direct mailing insert.  Just think of the inserts as even more room for your call to action or marketing message.

The nice thing about flyers is once you hand them out, they make their way to the parks, playgrounds, and neighborhoods of the recipients, continuing to spread your brand.

Flyers are too much fun to just throw out, so they normally have a long life as a “spokesperson” your product or service.

If you are interested in the 9″ Flyer – Recycled Flyer to promote own business, or to get a sample, email info@proformagreen.com for information and pricing.

And as always, if you really want to do something sustainable, do not buy promotional products. All products are consumption at one level or another. So if you must buy, 1) Buy local (i.e. made in USA), 2) Buy useful, long lasting items, 3) Buy sustainable if possible.

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