What They Think Awards: It’s a celebration

The What They Think Environmental Innovation Awards took place in Atlanta on Tuesday, May 18, 2010. Our VP of Marketing, Jerome Elion, flew to Atlanta on behalf of Green Books N Binders to accept our award for “Beyond Environmental Sustainability” for our innovative and eco-friendly Low-Carb Binder.

The ceremony was a huge success and it was a great opportunity to not only connect with all of the award winners but also the staff of What They Think who made it all possible. We are truly grateful for their recognition and support and we look forward to continuing our relationship.

Read What They Think.com’s event wrap-up.


ON DEMAND 2010: It’s a wrap!

We had a great time this past week at the ON DEMAND Expo and Conference held in Philadelphia, PA. We got an excellent response to our new product launches and had the opportunity to connect with some great professionals who share our passion for eco-friendly printing. While there, we discovered our newest product, the Low-Carb Binders™ won the What They Think “Beyond Environmental Sustainability” award which we luckily got to share with all of our booth visitors. Overall, the show was a huge success and we want to thank everyone who came out!

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And the award goes to…

Green Books N Binders!

We are proud to announce we won the What They Think Environmental Innovation Award for “Beyond Environmental Sustainability” with our innovative Low-Carb Binder™. View the award winners.

Beyond Environmental Sustainability: Green Books and Binders, Langhorne PA
Green Books and Binders has devised a new binder that is made of recycled materials and is fully recyclable. Its Low-Carb Binders are shipped flat and assembled thanks to a snap-in fastener that secures the recycled metal ring mechanism to the vinyl-free base. Covers can be recycled by simply removing the fastener.” (excerpt from whattheythink.com)

We are excited to accept this award and look forward to building our relationship with What They Think. To learn more about the patent-pending Low-Carb Binder, visit our website.