Promo Direct Announces Its re-Green Contest for Earth Day 

by Susan Smith Thursday, April 07, 2011
The green revolution gets a new definition with Promo Direct’s re-Green contest, where participants post their Green Business Ideas and win fantastic prizes. Not only does Promo Direct have a wide range of eco-friendly promotional products, but they believe in going green themselves and they have stopped using paper altogether in their offices.

The re-Green contest is really catching on because the winner gets 100 pieces of Promo Direct’s eco-friendly pens with the winner’s business name imprinted on them, and this way the business gets to promote its brand in an eco-friendly way for free.

So, why exactly is the contest called re-Green? It’s for the simple reason that Promo Direct believes that the earth is what our future generations inherit from us, so we must give to them an earth at least as green as we inherited, if not better.

All business entities can take part in the re-Green contest. Promo Direct looks forward to all the entries and ideas. Visit their blog, to post ideas and one brilliant idea will win 100 imprinted pens!

Winner will be declared on the 25th of April 2011.

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