06 May Earth Day 2013: Ethical Merchandise Clean Up!
Promote Your Earth Day Clean Up with High Quality Promotional Products
|Worcester city officials gearing up for Earth Day with Regional Environmental Council board members.||Earth Day in Worcester, MA — rewarding volunteers with food and ethically sourced tees!||The Canal District’s small businesses came out to beautify their neighborhood. Crompton Collective at work.|
Eco-friendly Event Purchasing
We are proud to work with some wonderful unions and organizations on a daily basis. When Earth Day rolls around, many of these groups order t-shirts for action days, clean-ups, and other great eco-projects. Two of our clients — Regional Environmental Council (REC) of Central Massachusetts and IBEW Local 1245 in California – were kind enough to send photos of their events.
As an environmental justice organization that works to promote equal access to healthy, sustainable environments, it’s important to us that we source our t-shirts from a company that does the same. It’s a great mission fit, we’re able to practice what we preach, and it keeps us coming back every year.
-Terra of Regional Environmental Council (REC)
“Blue” AND “Green” Merch for Earth Day
REC is an environmental group, and IBEW 1245 is a labor union, but the purchasing decisions of both groups embody the spirit of the blue/green movement (labor action meets environmental action.)
By buying local and utilizing eco-friendly materials, they’ve reduced their carbon footprint. And by choosing union made products, they’re supporting the labor movement and helping eliminate sweatshop conditions in the garment industry.
Click here to help your group do the same!
|IBEW 1245 exemplifies their Earth Day slogan: “Solidarity * Community * Service”.||Volunteer Hard at work in Greater Sacramento.||Union volunteers (with their familes) preparing to plant a hill with native plants.|