I have been noticing women walking around with these stunning silky looking bags slung over their shoulders, and was quite impressed to find out that not only are they strong enough to carry your shopping (or other quite weighty items) but they also look aesthetically pleasing, come in a range of shapes and sizes, and colours, and are a great alternative to those ghastly shopping bags which take 100s of years to break down.
I went on to their website and discovered all these celebrities looking quite smart with their envirosax bags. One sees a lot of celebrity endorsement where shopping bags are concerned.
All I know is that they are available at odd shops around town or on the envirosax website. They will make great gifts at around 12 dollars a piece, and also they convey the green message in the best way possible - everyday changes people are making without suffering a whopping detriment. This is because the bags fold up in to a tiny neat shape and have a press stud for tidy closure.
So unlike the ones that are sold for reuse at supermarkets, these bags are ideal, as they aren't drab-looking, and indeed quite the contrary, a joy to behold. Also, you won't leave them in the car, or at home, as they fit in to your handbag. There won't be that old excuse, any longer, 'oops I forgot to bring a bag'. Very clever idea, Envirosax!
I discuss the distinction between green marketing and social marketing in my book Green Spin (or) Promoting the Green Message which is available at this link.
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