Allen, TX, September 03, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Articles of H.O.P.E., a new company which aims to revolutionize the world of environment-friendly shopping bags, announced their formal launch today. H.O.P.E. stands for the acronym, “Help Our Planet Earth”; and the company aims to relay the message through its slogan “Do Good, Look Good, Feel Good” for its line of fashionable eco-friendly bags.
Karin Bailey and Penny Rozsa, founders of the company, decided to create a line of bags to fulfill a need in this niche market for top-quality, high fashion, exciting go-green bags for a great cause. “The facts are clear that single use disposable bags are harmful in a profound way to our environment. We have created a bag with both beauty and integrity to enable us to make a simple change in the way we live,” said Bailey.
To further convey their message, the company is campaigning to stop the use of plastic bags because of its detrimental effects on the environment; and they offer the chance for consumer to opt for H.O.P.E. bags that are reusable and “totally chic, and most admirably are donating a portion of their sales to support this wonderful campaign,” according to Bailey. The goal for the campaign is to “inspire unity in the gathering of momentum toward a shift from our common habits. As a united whole, we will change the world.”
Included in the company’s product launch are two main signature lines, the “H.O.P.E. sac” and the “gNg” line, which stands for “Green And Gorgeous.” The HOPE sac features color ways like “Easy Breezy” that sport fabrics with names like “American Jane” and “Pop Garden.” Many other color ways like “Farmers Market” and “Retro” allow the customer to choose a HOPE sac that best reflects their unique personality and style. According to Bailey, the “gNg” bag is “the answer to an eco-friendly bag with high-fashion flair.”
Interested parties can find out more about Articles Of H.O.P.E., the campaign, and the new product launch at http://www.articlesofhope.com/. Parties interested in the environmental awareness campaign, featuring North Texas high school students, can visit https://articlesofhope.com/article/campaign for more information.