Green Endeavors to Debut at Earthworks Expo in Denver

Newly founded nonprofit will launch reusable grocery bag campaign this month.

Boulder, CO, July 11, 2007 --( Green Endeavors, the Boulder-based nonprofit founded to encourage reusable grocery bags, will kick off its reusable bag campaign at the Denver Earthworks Expo, Friday July 27 to Sunday July 29 at the Denver Merchandise Market.

The first annual Earthworks Expo, a sustainable-living event, will host over 100 green companies and organizations from around the country. Green Endeavors will showcase its reusable grocery bags in an effort to reduce the millions paper and plastic bags that end up in landfills.

“Every time a shopper chooses paper or plastic they have made the wrong choice, but are not even offered the right; we just want to make sure that people know of the third option,” explained Doreen Molk, co-founder of Green Endeavors.

Reusing bags is one of the easiest ways a person can decrease their negative impact on the earth. If every American changed his or her habits for one year to reusing bags rather than simply disposing of them, four billion dollars and 14 million trees would be spared.

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About Green Endeavors
Green Endeavors is a Colorado nonprofit corporation dedicated to the replacement of plastic and paper bags with sustainable, reusable sacks. The goal of Green Endeavors is to go beyond recycling and to produce less waste. In order to transition grocery shoppers from paper and plastic to the less wasteful option of reusable bags, Green Endeavors sells sturdy, inexpensive, reusable bags for $2.50 each.

Green Endeavors Media Contact:
Carly Gralak
(303) 359-2232

Green Endeavors
Carly Gralak