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2009 MTV movie VIPs go green with Envi Reusable Bags
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May '09
Envi Reusable Bags announced that its custom, highend reusable totes were chosen as the gift bag of choice for the 2009 MTV Movie Awards Red Carpet Style Lounge, hosted by Secret Room Events, May 30-31 at the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA. The exclusive Celebrity Gifting Suite will provide over 300 Envi bags filled with celebrity swag to many of the nominees, winners, and other VIP guests attending the awards show.

Each year, the MTV Movie Awards brings together actors, musicians, comedians, and fashion icons from all over the world to celebrate the best in film and pop culture. Envi's bags were selected for their appeal to the environmental sensibilities of this celebrity elite, offering an eco-friendly tote that's both stylish and durable. The bags will serve as the centerpiece of the gifting suite's collection of giveaways, holding a host of luxurious products.

“We're so proud to be a part of this event, because it reinforces our belief that 'going green' doesn't have to mean sacrificing style,” said Sylvia Feldzamen, founder of Envi Reusable Bags. “We commend Secret Room Events for its efforts to encourage sustainable living and practices among such an influential group of people.”

With nearly 15 years of experience as one of the largest reusable bag suppliers in North America, Envi – a division of Syfel Inc - is a leader in creating highly customized reusable bags that deliver a unique balance of style, purpose, and price. Envi supports more than 50 brands from all over the world – working closely with every customer to implement a reusable bag program that's not just affordable, but effective in increasing customer adoption, building brand awareness, and encouraging social responsibility.

Envi Reusable Bags, Jesson Burnam, 609-279-0050 x 104, jesson@resoundmarketing.com


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