Mindful Businesses Unite! Invitation: The Community Tote is back.

Via elephant journal
on Apr 25, 2009
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paper or plastic?

I’m about to print 200 community totes with Anthem Branding. These aren’t cheap, weak, small tote bags—these are big organic cotton canvas totes that will last for years (you can still see our first two editions, The Community Tote and the Cafe Tote, on the streets, years later).
Favorite Boulder or national mindful businesses will be accepted. For $100 cash or $150 gift certificate (if Boulder-based local) your logo, in black and white, will go on one side of the tote. Your logo will be about the size of half an iPhone. If you’re interested, please confirm and email us your logo. The price is cheap because it’s been a long time since we’ve done a new tote and I want to finally get ’em to press.
Totes will be available free (raffled) at Boulder’s Farmer’s Market (at our booth) and for sale at cafes and indie spots (including your own, if you so choose) around town.
organic tote bag


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5 Responses to “Mindful Businesses Unite! Invitation: The Community Tote is back.”

  1. Hank Pantier says:

    how can i go about getting you my payment and logo?

  2. jmp says:

    I want to carry elephant! How can a sista that lives in Denver and can't make it to your upcoming talk show get her hands on one of those bags?

  3. […] five years ago, when I first printed ele’s first edition of our organic cotton tote bag, “Paper or plastic?” was a cliche everyday question…now, thanks to conscious […]

  4. elephantjournal says:

    They'll be for sale around town in Boulder, at Om Time…not sure where to sell 'em in Denver, but we can make it happen if you have idea. Maybe a yoga studio or cafe.

  5. Dawn says:

    I'd love to..where do I send the logo etc.?