Down-To-Earth Rockers Take Repurpose Compostables On The Road, And Encourage Fans To Follow
More of the world's top musicians are making the choice to work on climate change, renewable energy, repurposing and other green causes. Green is the priority while on the road for artists like the Dave Matthews Band, Sheryl Crow and Fitz and the Tantrums. All three artists, for example, have joined the innovative company, Repurpose Compostables, in an effort to repurpose.
The award winning Repurpose insulated cups are now part of these artists' everyday tour life. The cup uses 65% less CO2, is made from plants rather than petroleum, and composts in 90 days (ridding the opportunity for any part of it to sit in a landfill). It's the greenest possible alternative to Styrofoam and all other non-compostable insulated cups.
Adding an opportunity to get involved and encourage fans to follow in their green footsteps, Fitz and the Tantrums will take over the Repurpose This! Campaign this week and curate a national contest. The social media campaign gives fans a chance to post their story about repurposing via Facebook for a chance to win valuable prizes from the company. Fans can enter at www.facebook.com/repurpose. To find out more about Repurpose products, logon to www.repurposecompostables.com.