Celebrating Earth Day

March 26th, 2014 | Simcha Weinstein | Comments Off on Celebrating Earth Day

EarthDayBanner2014On April 22nd, people from countries all across the world will unite in the celebration of Earth Day. For those of us who actively participate in the organic and natural foods industry, there is no holiday that is more significant to what we are trying to accomplish, and there is certainly no finer vessel for bringing the celebration of Earth Day to the people than a retail natural foods store. The products that you carry throughout your store are all the beautiful end result of environmental legislation and activism that has occurred over the past 40+ years – much of which was born out of the Earth Day Movement.

To help you with your celebration of this very important day, Albert’s Organics is providing you with a file of original artwork that you can print onto vinyl (or another media of your choice) for a banner promoting Earth Day in your store. It may seem a little early with still 4 weeks to go, but a good promotion needs lots of preparation, so now is the perfect time to begin.

The image that you see above is the image that will be on the banner. The full size banner is 18 inches tall and 45 inches wide.

To have this banner in your store to celebrate and promote Earth Day do the following:

1) Click here or on the picture above to download a PDF file of the banner.

2) Save the PDF file from our website to a disk or flash drive and take it to your neighborhood KINKO’s or print shop. They can print it on vinyl for about $5-$8 per square foot. This banner design is about 6 square feet, so, including tax, you are looking at having an excellent promotional piece for somewhere between $30-$50 – quite a deal. The main expense for a banner (or any promotional piece) is usually the cost of the design and artwork, which of course is free – courtesy of Albert’s Organics.

3) The 18 x 45 inch size is the only available size. As you might imagine, even in a smaller store, the 18 x 45 inch size will not overtake your department.

Now, more than ever, we need to actively participate in celebrating the Earth. Let’s show our communities what the Organic and Natural Foods Industry is truly about. Celebrate Earth Day!