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EmbroidMe offers eco-friendly customized apparel
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Apr '12
There are countless ways to be eco-friendly, from recycling and composting to using less water and electricity, and many businesses have adopted “green” initiatives to help reduce landfill waste and conserve energy. Environmentally-conscious companies can look to EmbroidMe for eco-friendly customized promotional products and apparel.

Certain items in EmbroidMe's wide selection are labeled as green by the manufacturer, enabling companies to advance their green campaigns into more areas of operation.

Eco-friendly customized apparel can span the range from work attire to everyday casual wear. Businesses requiring staff uniforms can support the initiative internally or use other types of apparel as giveaways.

A green message can be displayed on the apparel along with the company logo. Eco-friendly shirts can be made of organic cotton, partially recycled cotton, post-consumer PET and recycled polyester. Customization will support the theme when items are embroidered with cotton thread or imprinted with vegetable-based inks.

“Whether you are distributing individual items or sending large case quantities, your packaging should be eco-friendly, as well. Corrugated shipping cartons are reusable and recyclable,” said Christine Marion, MAS, director of retail operations for EmbroidMe. “Our experienced staff and Eco Awareness Programs stand ready to assist you.”

With hundreds of locations worldwide, EmbroidMe provides full-service custom embroidery and screen printing for apparel, as well as customized promotional products and gifts to the business community.

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