Threadfast Apparel Plants 46,000 Trees in First Year of Reforestation Program
April 13, 2022 at 1:47 pm

Threadfast Apparel, New York City, recently announced the results of its 2021 “Plant With Threadfast” Reforestation program, having planted over 46,000 trees in partnership with the nonprofit One Tree Planted. As part of the program, Threadfast plants a tree for every case of Threadfast product purchased...

Global Trends in Product Transparency
June 10, 2016 at 5:28 pm

On November 23, 2015, the world’s largest food manufacturer, Nestle, disclosed publicly that slave labor was being used to produce its seafood sourced from its supply chain in Thailand. An investigation had shown that Thai fishing operators lured migrant with false promises. The migrants were sold systematically and then kept in bondage and degrading conditions…

13 Green Promotions to Celebrate Earth Day
April 6, 2016 at 2:59 pm

While it's been uncharacteristically cold here in Philadelphia, the first week of April still has brought chirping birds and blooming cherry blossoms. The start of spring also signifies that Earth Day is almost here, and if you're anything like us, you love the opportunity to give back to Mother Earth. Whether it's with eco-friendly products…

Can't Wait for Tomorrow
November 11, 2015 at 6:43 pm

Paul Bellantone and I walked to dinner after the first day of PPAI’s 2015 Product Responsibility Summit and talked about the same thing

Go Green or Go Home
March 26, 2014

Earth Day is right around the corner. Need ideas for upcoming promotions? Here are three products that scream "I <3 Earth."

Baby Steps Lead to Big Sales in Infant Apparel
May 17, 2012

There's a new epidemic spreading throughout Hollywood-many celebrities have caught baby fever (and to the best of my knowledge this has nothing to do with 50 Shades of Grey). 

Gone Green?
February 11, 2010

The promotional products industry is full of company's that have adopted ecologically friendly practices. From changes in office behavior and recycling practices to full-bore revamps of manufacturing methods and materials used, I think it is safe to say the “green” industry is bigger than U.S. Steel (name that movie reference).