Imagine writing a classic piece of literature that was never published or inventing a new technology you never patented and shared. Imagine smelling a delectable symphony of aromas from the kitchen of an elite restaurant without having the chance to nibble a single morsel. Envision and plan for your ideal, tropical vacation without ever booking the trip. Picture a Rhodes Scholar capable of a lucrative career but remaining unemployed and impoverished. What do these scenarios have in common? Emptiness and unrealized potential.
By visiting http://www.earthday.org you can join millions of others around the globe who have signed a pledge for Earth Day to help the organization reach their goal of a billion acts of green. It’s easy to click a link and make a pledge to act greener, but it takes intrinsic motivation to change daily habits to make a real, lasting difference.
One way to make a significant impact is to incorporate buying recycled or closing the loop recycling when making purchases. Participating in a weekly curbside recycling program is a big step in the right direction, but if you don’t buy items containing those recycled elements, manufacturers retain a stockpile of resources with no marketable outlet. The result? Emptiness and unrealized potential.
Why don’t more people opt for recycled-content alternatives rather than products made from virgin materials? The answer is simple—public misconception. The Average Joe assumes recycled-content products are inferior in quality and exorbitant in price. Not true! Not only are recycled-content products comparable in price, but they are often superior to their raw counterparts. Manufacturers know the bar is raised to gain acceptance of recycled-content products, and they have risen to meet and exceed the challenge. You can close the loop with confidence!
This Earth Day, Target Marketing Group offers you a comprehensive line of eco-friendly and recycled-content products that will surpass your expectations for all your promotional needs. We invite you to make a pledge towards a billion acts of green for Earth Day 2012, but we also encourage you to bridge the gap and complete the circle—close the loop through buying recycled! www.recycledpromos.com