In some ways, EnviroPromo is the same as any other promotional products company...we’re here to sell you something. Then again, we’re different in that we only want to sell you something made from recycled, organic or sustainable materials. The reason we are taking this approach...our environmental challenges are considerable and all of the "little things" we do will contribute to turning the situation around.

EnviroPromo wants to sell you something that works as marketing tool...an item that your customers or prospects will value and hold onto. Wasting your money is the last thing that you would want to do so identifying the right product at the best price is EnviroPromo’s number one priority!

This website is not going to solve the environmental challenges that we all face but maybe it’s a start. In Economics 101, I learned the Law of Supply and Demand, the factories produce what is demanded of them. Today, so little of what is produced is made from recycled, organic or sustainable material and the only way that will change is if “we” demand more products be made from these eco-friendly materials.

The Environmental Movement began in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s as a number of events and catastrophes occurred in the world that brought attention to issues that effected our environment. Laws were enacted in protection of our air, water and the creatures that we coexist with, most of those laws remain in effect today. However, what is truly needed is being blocked by those that want the status quo to continue as they are personally benefiting by the current environmental practices. I can understand that self-preservation is a “natural” thing so let’s use that against them...Buy Eco-Friendly!!!

The more the economy demands goods that contain recycled materials or that are grown organically and sustainably...the more the environment will benefit. It is not in anyone’s best interest for a catastrophe to occur like those in the 60’s and 70’s before embracing better environmental practices. We all can vote with our dollars in demanding eco-friendly products and NOT just with promotional products. 

Personally, I don’t feel bad for human beings so much as we’re the ones creating this environmental catastrophe. I feel bad for all of the other creatures of this earth that are paying the price of man’s self-serving actions. Let’s save all levels of life on our planet by embracing practices that protect and benefit the environment.

The future is one second away, what will you do?



Ron Berich