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Britten delivers its first-ever recycled banner bags

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May '08
priorLIFE, a newly formed subsidiary of banner manufacturer Britten Inc announces the delivery of its first-ever recycled banner bags.

The Davis Cup Winston-Salem Local Organizing Committee accepted delivery of 150 banner tote bags to distribute to volunteers from the recent Davis Cup by BNP Paribas quarterfinal between the United States and France, hosted by the United States Tennis Association (USTA) in Winston-Salem, NC.

The bags were created by recycling several building wraps and banners that welcomed the team and fans to the city on April 11-13, 2008.

"We worked with Corporate Communications, USTA and Britten reseller, to recycle these event banners into chic, one-of-a-kind tote bags for the event volunteers," said Pam Klumpp, director, priorLIFE.

"The banner bags not only give people a chance to carry a piece of that event with them, they give companies and organizations the opportunity to be environmentally friendly."

The tote bag design included the U.S. Davis Cup team logo along with flags and the message "USA/France Davis Cup Quarterfinal Tie, April 11-13, 2008, Winston-Salem NC." Inside each bag was a priorLIFE label withinformation about its origin along with a tennis ball.

"What a great surprise!" said Winston-Salem Davis Cup volunteer co-director Harold Pollard. "I had a fabulous time during my week at the Davis Cup and to have this stunning tote bag to remember it by is wonderful."

Event volunteers included drivers, greeters, hospitality workers, ball persons and coaches, team valets, production assistants, media coordinators, office support staff, community artists and entertainment personnel.

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