Thursday, 9 September 2010

TAKE YOUR BAG TO MARKET


It's Farmer's Market Day in Hastings today and the sun is shining. We will go with our Market Bags and fill them up with seasonal treats - English apples and perhaps the first fat pumpkin. Autumn has been trying to creep up on us but here on the South Coast we resist until the very last minute. I am continuing my collaboration with the lovely people at Aveda and have just finished a very special order of gorgeous linen and velvet purses that are heading off to New York for fashion week. I wonder whether their handmade-ness will be appreciated...I hope so.
I heard this week that plastic bag take-up has dropped by 47% nationally. That's really is something to celebrate. Look around and notice that people everywhere are now carrying shopping bags. It has become second nature to reach for a bag before leaving home. Success! I am going to be re-introducing my original shopping bags to celebrate - watch the website for a promotional offer on organic calico bags at the end of the month.
Till then carry-a-bag, ride a bike & greet your neighbours
with a smile.
love & peace

x
Sally

1 comment:

Kevin Ling said...

Really promotional bags is an fantastic way to promote your business because bags are very useful items and there are wide range of bags laptop bags, school bags, water bottle bags and many more.


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