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CoolCanucks Blog Contest ~ Back to School with Naked Binder Review & Giveaway!!

Saturday, August 11th, 2012

 

 

 

As most of you know, I am all about green com­pa­nies and eco-friendly prod­ucts, and Naked Binder is cer­tainly no excep­tion. Naked Binder is a com­pany com­mit­ted to cre­at­ing durable, very high qual­ity and use­ful prod­ucts that leave less of a foot­print on the earth.  They believe that long life, strength and beauty go hand-in-hand in the fight against an ugly, cheap, dis­pos­able soci­ety.  Naked Binder is con­stantly work­ing to improve their prod­ucts and processes, look­ing for ways to cut down on waste and pack­ag­ing.  All of Naked Binder prod­ucts are either recy­cled or recy­clable which is phenomenal!

 

I recently received an assort­ment of Naked Binders to review. I noticed right off the bat that these binders were much stur­dier than the vinyl binders that we nor­mally pur­chase for school use. They also sport a very pretty array of colours on the spines so you can colour coor­di­nate your projects or pick a spe­cific colour to blend into your decor!

 

 

• 100% recy­cled board, 97% post-consumer waste
• com­pletely recy­clable
• acid neu­tral board
• no plas­tic, vinyl or toxic chemicals

 

Using eco-friendly prod­ucts help con­serve nat­ural resources, such as; wood, elec­tric­ity, water and oil. Biodegrad­able and recy­clable prod­ucts will also cut back on waste that goes to land­fills and helps pre­vent pol­lu­tion from leach­ing into the ecosys­tem. Recy­cling helps pre­serve the envi­ron­ment and sup­ports the economy.

To make the biggest impact with eco-friendly prod­ucts you should both buy eco-friendly/recycled prod­ucts and reduce, reuse and recy­cle the prod­ucts you buy.

 

 

 

 

 

Using prod­ucts made from recy­cled mate­ri­als such as what these binders are made of, reduces the impact on the envi­ron­ment in a few ways. In the exam­ple of paper, less trees are being cut down. The num­ber of chem­i­cals used in the pro­duc­tion of new paper is reduced. Land-fill sites have been spared at least the amount of paper that was recy­cled! What a bril­liant way to par­take in liv­ing an eco-friendly lifestyle! Naked Binder is an Eco-friendly option for school sup­plies that kids or par­ents already buy but with­out all the vinyl and PVC. They are 100% recy­clable, 100% recy­cled, 100% PCW and FCS cer­ti­fied. Along with being green­their binders are also strong enough, for even the rough­est kids, to make it through the year with one binder. They were tested by flex­ing them over 250,000 times with­out fail, that is equiv­a­lent to using the binder 20 times a day for over 30+ years with­out it break­ing. They also go one step fur­therby being a mem­ber of the 1% for the Planet pro­gram. Being a mem­ber means 1% of their sales go to envi­ron­men­tal orga­ni­za­tions around the world.

 

About Naked Binder:

 

“Started in 2008, Naked Binder emerged hav­ing mul­ti­ple goals: sus­tain­abil­ity, great design, pre­serv­ing wilder­ness we love and giv­ing back to edu­ca­tion that helped us get here.

We designed the strongest, most sus­tain­able 3-ring binders avail­able — cut­ting waste in man­u­fac­tur­ing, pro­cess­ing and travel.  We make our binders, fold­ers and tabs in Des Moines, IA in the US of A out of FSC cer­ti­fied, 100% post-consumer waste binders board, 100% cot­ton cloth, a few FSC cer­ti­fied papers and metal rings.  No plas­tics, vinyls or toxins.

We designed our 3-ring binders to look so good you won’t want to get rid of them.  We have every­thing you might need to impress a client, store your taxes or dec­o­rate your office.

Naked Binder donates to sup­port wilder­ness areas and schools around the US. Learn­ing to think and space to think in are impor­tant for a bet­ter world.
• 1” ring holds 170 sheets of paper”

 

I give Naked Binder a huge thumbs up, and rec­om­mend that you try these out for your­self! They are per­fect for all of your back to school needs that is very quickly approaching!

 

 

♥→I received prod­uct for review. The opin­ions within this post are of my own and I was not influ­enced in any way. Please do your own research before pur­chas­ing prod­ucts. Your opin­ions and results may dif­fer than mine.←♥

 

 

Win It!! Enter my sweep­stakes give­away below for a chance to win a misc assort­ment of Naked Binder prod­ucts!! Open to Cana­dian & US res­i­dents only.

 

 

How to enter: All entries must be sub­mit­ted using the Raf­fle­copter form below. After you com­plete the easy manda­tory entry, you can do as many bonus entries as you’d like to increase your chances of win­ning. I will be check­ing for dupli­cate entries to make sure it’s fair, and no cheat­ing will be tolerated!

 

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CoolCanucks Blog Contest ~ Naked Binder Review & Giveaway!!CLOSED

Friday, January 13th, 2012

 

 

As most of you know, I am all about green com­pa­nies and eco-friendly prod­ucts, and Naked Binder is cer­tainly no excep­tion. Naked Binder is a com­pany com­mit­ted to cre­at­ing durable, very high qual­ity and use­ful prod­ucts that leave less of a foot­print on the earth.  They believe that long life, strength and beauty go hand-in-hand in the fight against an ugly, cheap, dis­pos­able soci­ety.  Naked Binder is con­stantly work­ing to improve their prod­ucts and processes, look­ing for ways to cut down on waste and pack­ag­ing.  All of Naked Binder prod­ucts are either recy­cled or recy­clable which is phenomenal!

I recently received an assort­ment of Naked Binders to review. I noticed right off the bat that these binders were much stur­dier than the vinyl binders that we nor­mally pur­chase for school use. They also sport a very pretty array of colours on the spines so you can colour coor­di­nate your projects or pick a spe­cific colour to blend into your decor! 

 

 

• 100% recy­cled board, 97% post-consumer waste
• com­pletely recy­clable
• acid neu­tral board
• no plas­tic, vinyl or toxic chemicals

 

Using eco-friendly prod­ucts help con­serve nat­ural resources, such as; wood, elec­tric­ity, water and oil. Biodegrad­able and recy­clable prod­ucts will also cut back on waste that goes to land­fills and helps pre­vent pol­lu­tion from leach­ing into the ecosys­tem. Recy­cling helps pre­serve the envi­ron­ment and sup­ports the economy.

To make the biggest impact with eco-friendly prod­ucts you should both buy eco-friendly/recycled prod­ucts and reduce, reuse and recy­cle the prod­ucts you buy.

 

 

 

 

 

Using prod­ucts made from recy­cled mate­ri­als such as what these binders are made of, reduces the impact on the envi­ron­ment in a few ways. In the exam­ple of paper, less trees are being cut down. The num­ber of chem­i­cals used in the pro­duc­tion of new paper is reduced. Land-fill sites have been spared at least the amount of paper that was recy­cled! What a bril­liant way to par­take in liv­ing an eco-friendly lifestyle!

 

About Naked Binder:

 

“Started in 2008, Naked Binder emerged hav­ing mul­ti­ple goals: sus­tain­abil­ity, great design, pre­serv­ing wilder­ness we love and giv­ing back to edu­ca­tion that helped us get here.

We designed the strongest, most sus­tain­able 3-ring binders avail­able — cut­ting waste in man­u­fac­tur­ing, pro­cess­ing and travel.  We make our binders, fold­ers and tabs in Des Moines, IA in the US of A out of FSC cer­ti­fied, 100% post-consumer waste binders board, 100% cot­ton cloth, a few FSC cer­ti­fied papers and metal rings.  No plas­tics, vinyls or toxins.

We designed our 3-ring binders to look so good you won’t want to get rid of them.  We have every­thing you might need to impress a client, store your taxes or dec­o­rate your office.

Naked Binder donates to sup­port wilder­ness areas and schools around the US. Learn­ing to think and space to think in are impor­tant for a bet­ter world.
• 1” ring holds 170 sheets of paper”

 

I give Naked Binder a huge thumbs up, and rec­om­mend that you try these out for yourself!

 

 

 

 

Now 1 very lucky Cool­Canucks read­ers have the chance to win some Naked Note­book Binders with a set of tabs and fold­ers thanks to the very kind and gen­er­ous folks over at Naked Binder! SWEET!!

 

 

 

To Enter:

 

 

 

1) Head on over to Naked Binder and let me know why you need to have some of these, and then please leave a com­ment here!

 

 

 

————->The Above is MANDATORY before any extra entries count. <—————

 

 

 

*****EXTRA ENTRIES: (Optional, these are there for you just in case you would like more chances of win­ning!!)********** Leave com­ments all in one com­ment box, or in sep­a­rate boxes, that is totally up to you! Note: All entries left in one box only counts as one entry so your choice!****************

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUBSCRIBE to Cool­Canucks Blog (right hand-side of blog) via email. (You must ver­ify the sub­scrip­tion in your email too, as I will check! Not ver­i­fied = dis­qual­i­fi­ca­tion, sorry!) Leave me which email addy you sub­scribed with in your com­ment please.

 

 

 

 

 

Fol­low Cool­Canucks Via Google Friend Con­nect – this is also on the right hand side of my blog.

 

 

 

 

 

Fol­low @coolcanucks and @nakedbinder2 on Twit­ter! Leave me your twit­ter name!

 

 

 

 

 

Tweet this con­test! Leave me the Sta­tus Link to your tweet! *NOW UNLIMITED TWEETS DAILY!!* and leave a com­ment each time with the Tweet Sta­tus Link*

 

 

 

(Please note, there is a NEW Retweet but­ton added below this post – you may also use that for a quick and easy tweet – be sure to leave me the sta­tus link though!)

 

 

 

“LIKE” Cool­Canucks on our Face­book Fan Page! 2 entries, leave 2 com­ments! Leave me your FB name please!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Become a Reg­is­tered Cool­Canucks Mem­ber in our forum and leave me your user­name there!

 

 

 

 

 

Blog, Stum­ble, Digg or share this give­away on any open pub­lic forum and leave me the link to it! +5, leave 5 comments

 

 

 

 

 

Grab our Cool­Canucks but­ton located to the right of the blog. +5, leave 5 com­ments
Sub­scribe to Cool­Canucks RSS Feed! + 2 leave 2 comments

 

 

 

 

 

Pur­chase from Naked Binder for the dura­tion of the give­away and get 10 extra entries!! Just tell me in a comment!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

**Give­away open to Cana­dian & US res­i­dents and expires on Feb­ru­ary 13th, 2012**

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A HUGE thank you to Naked Binder for spon­sor­ing us with this GREAT Con­test here at CoolCanucks!!

 

 

 

 

 

♥→I received prod­uct for review.  The opin­ions within this post are of my own and I was not influ­enced in any way.  Please do your own research before pur­chas­ing prod­ucts.  Your opin­ions and results may dif­fer than mine.←♥

 

 

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