Tag Archives: green living

Back-To-School Lunch Bag SALE


Back-To-School SALE on all Lunch Bags!

Pick up a new lunch bag for the kids, and maybe one for yourself. Hero Bags entire line of super cute organic cotton, zipper top, machine washable lunch bags are currently 15% off right now.
HEROBAGS.com online sale ends 8/31/09


Super Tuesday – for you Momma’

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My Mom called me Monday night urging me to get out and vote.  I don’t need much urging to vote but it was fun to hear Mom rant about the candidates and her excitement over Obama.

So dear Momma’, this posting is for you. I don’t need to tell you who we voted for here at Hero Bag headquarters but our candidate’s name rhymes with the word Momma’

Our new line of Hero Bags..they’re in!


Our new line of Hero Bags has arrived and are now in stock. Bigger, stronger, harder faster..umm, well you get the idea. They’re new, improved and made in the USA.

Our new eco-friendly reusable shopping bags come in cotton and recycled cotton (both fabrics from American mills) and come in great new colors, shapes and sizes. We’ve got super cute mini-totes, we’ve got large shopping bags and long handled market totes. Check them out!
Snap up a Hero Bag with a 10% off coupon. Use Coupon code: newbags10 at checkout. Coupon good until March 15therichero1.jpg

Environmental Groups Help Eliminate Excess Catalogs

Holiday season is upon us and so are those dreaded stacks of holiday catalogs. The science of how or why some of these catalogs make it through my mailbox with my name on them I’ll never know, like American Girl & The Sierra Knife Collection Catalog to name a few but the answer on how to get rid of them has just arrived.

To eliminate those unwanted catalogs for good and to help save trees go to CatalogChoice.org and sign up for FREE removal of any catalog in their database.

Catalog Choice is operated by the National Wildlife Federation as well as The Natural Resource Defense Council and the Ecology Center which are concerned with reducing the number of catalogs sent out each year (19 billion a year) and the number of trees used to make them (53 billion) So please check out Catalog Choice and eliminate the waste of paper and energy in your mailbox.