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KIDS KNEWS FOR SCHOOLS – Vol. 1, No.1
May, 2009
 

Feeling Waste Free This Summer!

Summer is around the corner, thoughts of Back to School are starting to emerge in the minds of many schools. Kids Konserve would like to be a part of your Back to School waste-free education and fundraising solutions for Fall, 2009.

There are a few ways we can help your school jump start a waste-free and reusable theme for next school year:

  1. Kids Konserve Stainless Steel Custom Logo Bottles: rid your campus of all plastic bottles next year by graduating to a healthier alternative – a 20oz stainless steel bottle with your school logo on it!

    Custom Bottle

    FACT:
    Americans will buy an estimated 25 billion single-serving, plastic water bottles this year. Eight out of 10 (22 billion) will end up in a landfill — "Container Recycling Institute”





  2. Kids Konserve Waste-free Challenge: Raise money for your school! Help rescue the earth! Reduce trash on yourWaste-Free Lunch Kit campus! Eat lunch in style! ALL AT THE SAME TIME! How? It’s easy! Get your school to graduate to WASTE-FREE LUNCH KITS and other reusable lunch packing solutions with Kids Konserve.

    Make money or save money – 10% of each sale will be donated back to your school OR you may pass the 10% savings on to the student buying our waste-free products. You Choose! To find out the details on how to host a Waste-free Challenge click here or copy and paste the following URL into your browser address bar; schools.asp.

When you send out your back to school supply lists please consider mentioning waste-free and reusable lunch packing solutions and our site as a resource, www.kidskonserve.com.

Enjoy your summer!





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