Sunday, April 19, 2009

GreenSmart Bottles To Bags Giveaway!

Do you ever wonder what happens to all those plastic bottles that you recycle? What are they being recycled into? GreenSmart is one company that is taking those recycled bottles and turning them into cool bags! The process of turning a used water bottle into a bag is quite interesting and you can read all about it here. (This might be used for an extra entry!)

In 1995, Tom and Debbie Larsen founded bag company Shoreline. At that time, there were no options for eco-friendly materials or fabrics. However in 2007, with recycled materials now readily available, they committed to converting all items they make to green material composition. Now they have a great selection of eco-friendly bags: laptop jackets, sleeves and messenger style laptop bags and also totes and shoulder bags.

All fabrics used for the GreenSmart Bottles 2 Bags are derived from certified 100% post-consumer recycled PET water and soda bottles. If you are wondering, PET is plastic #1. The inside of each bag has a bright green lining imprinted with their recycle logo, to remind you of your green purchase. And a cool feature in their store is they will tell you how many bottles were used to make the bag. For example, the Horizontal Messenger Bag uses 30 bottles which saved energy equal to 236 laptop hours. As of October 2008 GreenSmart Bottles 2 bags had used 555,169 16oz PET bottles which saved 369 million Btus. That's equal to 4.3 million laptop hours!

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In honor of the 39th annual Earth Day, GreenSmart is running an Earth Month promotion and offering a discount promo for 39% off any order. That is a HUGE savings!! The promo code is KZ39MX and it is good through May 1, 2009.

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GreenSmart is generously awarding one winner a laptop jacket or sleeve of their choice. (I am so jealous by the way, I want one!)

***GIVEAWAY CLOSED***

This giveaway is open to US Residents 18+ only and will end on Sunday, May 3rd at 11:59pm EST. One winner will be chosen at random using Random.org. Winner has 48 hours to claim their prize otherwise a new winner will be picked. You must leave your e-mail address in your comment(s) so I can contact you. I will not share your e-mail address with anyone, it will strictly be used to notify you if you win. Good luck!

234 comments:

  1. >>> Jet Black Laptop Jacket :)
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  8. The bags are made in China. I'd love to have the 15.4" Laptop Jacket in Jet Black.

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  9. I follow on twitter and tweeted. http://twitter.com/susanlanai/status/1556888703

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  10. The bottles are handsorted and I would choose the messenger bag in olive green.

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  12. I have your earth day giveaway banner on my blog
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  13. kimmymp@gmail.comApril 19, 2009 at 8:04 AM

    I was amazed to see how many bottles per year are sent to landfills. 230 per person--that is amazing and very sad.

    I would want a toasted almond laptop jacket!

    Very cool products and reasonable prices!

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  14. made in china gray laptop jacket. mverno@roadrunner.com

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  15. I learned (by looking at the process from bottle to fiber) that
    All fabrics used for the GreenSmart Bottles 2 Bags are derived from
    certified 100% post-consumer recycled PET water and soda bottles.

    I would choose the meduim Laptop sleeve in Jet Black.

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  18. They have an awesome GreenSmart Gallery

    Close The Loop-

    The practice of purchasing items derived from the diverted material from the waste stream (recycling)

    In a world full of assorted wastestreams, the more we close the loop, the less material that goes to landfill

    If we don’t purchase the products from recycled materials, the recycling of materials doesn’t actually do any good.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    I would like to win the large laptop bag

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  19. I most definitely follow you on blogger!

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  21. I have your Earth Day Button I look forward to seeing what you are posting this week!

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  22. I have your Earth Day Button I look forward to seeing what you are posting this week!

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  23. I follow you on Twitter and I am retweeted this

    I dont know how to link to a specific tweet but her is my twitter url
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  24. I left a comment on your Kaboogie Review!

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  25. Bottles are hand sorted by a collector to remove any Non-Pet and visual impurities.

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  26. All fabrics used for the GreenSmart Bottles 2 Bags are derived from certified 100% post-consumer recycled PET water and soda bottles.

    I'd love to win the 17" Laptop Jacket in Jet Black.

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  27. All fabrics used for the GreenSmart Bottles 2 Bags are derived from certified 100% post-consumer recycled PET water and soda bottles.17" Laptop Jacket
    Item#: 17LaptopJacket storm blue

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  28. A black or gray laptop messenger bag.

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  31. I learned that all the bags are made of certified 100% post-consumer recycled PET water and soda bottles.

    I like both the sleeve and the jacket. They sure recycle a lot of "discarded" product to then make a new one.

    I like the Storm Blue jacket in 17".

    Thanks for the nice giveaway.

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  33. I've got your Earth Day blog party button on my blog's sidebar at http://www.barelydomesticmama.com

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  34. Tom’s education in Conservation of Natural Resources at U.C. Berkeley combined with Debbie’s green leaning history have moved the company significantly from its roots and has most certainly given them a firm appreciation for the work ahead. As Tom put it, “any company can make a few products green, we will commit to making them all green—and we’ll tell people what that greenness is product for product and what positive result there is.”

    I would choose: The All Around Laptop Jacket in Storm Blue

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  39. Following you on Twitter and Tweeted: www.twitter.com/osmithspagirl

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  40. I like the shoulder bag it reminds me of a purse I used to have.

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  42. I learned TOm went to UC Berkely

    I like the horizontal messenger bag in olive green

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  43. founders are a husband and wife team
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  44. large sleeve
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  45. Following you on Twitter @busyshopaholic

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    I like the horizontal messenger bag.

    I couldn't find anything on the main site you haven't already mentioned!

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  46. They have a great Learn Eco Terminology page. Very important terms and definitions here.
    I would choose the 17" laptop jacket.

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  47. 230 bottles per person go to the landfill per year. Thats enough crushed bottles to fill the Rose Bowl stadium in California every two weeks.
    15.4" laptop jacket storm blue

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  53. I like their GreenSmart Glossary, especially since all those terms can be confusing (and used in tricky, sneaky ways!). It's clever how they have the chart divided into "Upside (Optimist)" and "Balancing Act (Cynic)".

    I'd love to win the laptop jacket in Jet Black.

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  55. Got your regular button on my blog

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  56. And I have the Earth Day button on my blog

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  57. PET#1 plastic bottles are made from petroleum and never decompose. I had no idea!
    I'd pick the 17inch laptop jacket in black.
    renee
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  58. The bottles are hand sorted by the collectors. The All Around Laptop Jacket in black.

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  59. Following blog.

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  60. I'm a subscriber.

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  61. I'm a facebook fan. (quanda)

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  62. Following on Twitter & tweeted @ http://twitter.com/Naddez


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  63. I love the Ultrasuede Leather Recycled Pillow Pair in Kaboogie store.

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  64. Biodegradable


    Used to describe the properties of items that will naturally decompose if left in exposed outdoor environments.


    If something disintegrates to become useful to the environment, that’s usually good. Disintegration and decomposition are NOT the same though.


    Anything can be made poorly enough to “degrade” or even be toxic after biodegradability. Even organic cotton, dyed with toxic dyes, could be biodegradable and toxic.

    I would love the 15.4” Wide Screen Jet Black all around laptop jacket.

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  65. I tweeted

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  66. Hi! Love the GreenSmart Glossary of EcoTerms on the Greensmart website. I am eyeing the Storm blue jacket for 15" laptops (#17162). Thanks for bringing Greensmart to my attention.

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  67. Thank you for a great giveaway. I learned that these are made in China. I really like the messenger bag in olive green. Thank you
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  68. In 2007 GreenSmart made a committment to make their products with green materials.

    I like the Jet Black All Around Laptop Jacket.

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  69. At GreenSmart, any paper correspondence that is created uses recycled content paper and envelopes!
    I would love to win the Storm Blue laptop jacket!

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  70. Tom Larsen has an education in Conservation of Natural Resources at U.C. Berkeley.

    My favorite is the Storm Blue Laptop Jacket 13.3 which should fit my new macbook just fine!

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  74. Green Smart is committed not only to environmentally responsible and sustainable business practices, but to socially responsible ones as well! They have a social responsibility statement on their site.

    I would choose a medium sleeve in jet black if I won.

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  75. They also offer an affiliate program giving us a chance to help spread the word.

    I would like the messenger bag in olive

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  76. I am a Facebook fan!

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  77. 230 bottles per person end up in landfills per year!

    I would choose the 17" Laptop Jacket in Storm Blue :)

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  78. The bottles that become the fabrics come almost exclusively from Japan. I would pick the 15.4" Laptop Jacket in Jet Black.
    Christy
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  79. http://twitter.com/ccswch/status/1574762279
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  80. I'm a fan on facebook.
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  81. They will periodically update the number of bottles and Btus act2has saved overall. I like the 17" Laptop Jacket.

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  82. Each yard of their finished fabric has consumed approx 18, 16oz bottles!! Wow!!

    I like the Laptop Jacket in Storm Blue (15.4" size).

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  85. 230 bottles per person go to the landfill per year.

    I would choose the 12.1" Laptop Jacket.

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  86. I follow on twitter. Tweet - http://tinyurl.com/c69se8

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  87. 1 bale of about 6000 crushed bottles will be processed into 350 yds of finished fabric. I would like the 15.4 laptop jacket.
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  92. I am a follower.
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  93. Tom studied conservation of natural resources at UC Berkeley.
    I'd pick the 15.4 laptop jacket in black. looks great!

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  94. i learned that 230 bottles per year are sent to landfills.
    i would choose the laptop jacket in storm blue.. i think

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  95. Plastic bottles (PET #1) are one of the biggest environmental disasters today. In the United States alone, 230 bottles per person go to landfill per year. That’s enough crushed bottles to fill the Rose Bowl Stadium in California every two weeks

    14" Wide Screen Laptop Jacket storm blue

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  96. i Read your Kaboogie review, love the shoes wish she had adult size. i liked the Recycled Black Leather Tote, and all the french coffee press covers. thanks

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  97. I love that one of GreenSmart's social standards is to remain free of child labor or forced labor. I'd choose the Laptop Jacket #17172 - 17" Blue Storm.

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  98. I'm a subscriber!

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  99. In the United States alone, 230 bottles go to the landfill per year!

    Laptop jacket in black

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  100. Americans that respond to a question about buying green is 36%; EXACTLY the SAME percentage as answered that same question a year ago.

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  101. 230 bottles per person needlessly make their way into the landfill each year!

    messenger bag in olive green... thanks

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  102. Wow, great prize! I just got a new wide-screen laptop and it doesn't fit in my old sleeve. A great eco-friendly bag or sleeve that would fit it would be fabulous! Thanks.

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  103. Tom went to Berkeley! No wonder he's so resourceful and full of great ideas...what a plentiful place to live in that thrive's on saving the earth

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  104. You didn't mention that the laptop jacket can stay on the laptop all the time. So cool. Would love to win one of these 15 in. laptop jackets!!

    Thanks,
    Bev.Reese at gmail

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  105. Carbon Offset is: A new method by which carbon emissions produced by one process or practice can be offset by reducing carbon emissions produced by another process or practice.

    I'd choose the storm blue sleeve : )

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  106. Jet Black Laptop Jacket :)

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  107. I'd pick storm blue and each yd of their fabric has apprx 18x 16 oz bottles

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  108. I learned from the GreenSmart site that the company was founded by a husband and wife team! I love products started by families, I think they are better products and better companies. From the store I'd choose the 17" Laptop Jacket in Jet Black.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  109. I'm a follower

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  110. I'm a subscriber

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  111. I follow you on Twitter and tweeted this giveaway!

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  113. Fom the Kaboogie site, I love the Recycled Leather Pouch Make-up Case.

    Thanks!

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  114. I learned that they hand sort the bottles (what a pain!!)

    I'd like the jet black jacket 17 inch

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  115. I learned that they hand sort the bottles (what a pain!!)

    I'd like the jet black jacket 17 inch

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  116. Tom put it, “any company can make a few products green, we will commit to making them all green—and we’ll tell people what that greenness is product for product and what positive result there is.”


    Jet Black Lapop Jacke #17171

    Thank you

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  118. I'm a subscriber

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  119. I'm a twitter follower
    I twitted this contest
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  121. they make the bags in china

    I would select the large storm blue laptop case

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  122. follower

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  123. The bags are made in China. I'd heart to have the 15.4" Laptop Jacket in Jet Black.

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  124. 230 bottles per person go to landfill per year. That’s enough crushed bottles to fill the Rose Bowl Stadium in California every two weeks.

    I like the 15.4" laptop jacket in blue.

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  127. oops screwed up my first entry.

    I found out that Mr, Larsen is on Facebook and I would like the black laptop jacket in 15.4

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  128. The bottles are handsorted and I would choose the messenger bag in olive green

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  129. I was amazed about the amount of crushed bottles that could fill the stadium every 2 weeks! I love blue but would be fine with any color.

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  130. what for a cool site and products ! i would love the 17" Laptop Jacket in Jet Black if i win:)

    thanx

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  131. The bottles are handsorted -wow!

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  132. I learned 230 bottles per person go to a landfill each year. Shameful.
    If I won, I'd love to have the Large sleeve in storm blue

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  133. Tom Larsen recieved an education in Conservation of Natural Resources at U.C. Berkeley. I would choose the 15.4" Laptop Jacket in Jet Black. yyeres(at)gmail(dot)com

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  135. Tom Larsen blogs here: http://www.tomlarsen.typepad.com/ and I would choose the 15.4" Laptop Jacket in jet black.

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  139. Faved in Technorati (aitmama).

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  140. I learned that the Large Laptop sleeve uses the equivalent of 8 bottles and saves enough power to run a laptop for 65 hours!
    I would like the large laptop sleeve in the storm blue. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  141. 230 water bottles a year per person in a landfill is unbelieveable! I like the Olive Green Shoulder Bag! Thanks! senekers@comcast.net

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  142. Love the tote, i have a thing for tote bags!! Thanks for the entry!

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  143. added your button on my scrolling side bar!

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  144. Commented on your Kaboogie post..what cute stuff!! LOVE IT ALL!!

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  146. I learned that they are made in China. I really like The All Around Laptop Jacket in black.

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  147. I learned a lot from the GreenSmart Glossary. It provides eco Terms along with their Definition and the Upside (Optimist) Definition and the Balancing Act (Cynic) Definition.

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  148. This makes me sad - bottles never decompose! I really like the Act2 Green Smart All Around 14" Wide Laptop Jacket!
    Thanks
    Sarah
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  149. Their definition of biodegradable cracked me up, LOL!
    "Anything can be made poorly enough to “degrade” or even be toxic after biodegradability."

    Olive Vertical Messenger Bag

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  150. Tweeted! http://twitter.com/FeelinLucky7/status/1677168063

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  151. I would choose the 15.4" Laptop Jacket. These look sturdy and durable.

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  155. I would love the chance to win,thanks.
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  156. I learned that the bags are made in China :-(

    I would pick the 17" Laptop Jacket!

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  157. Each yard of finished fabric has consumed approximately 18 16 oz. bottles and saved 10,000 Btus from manufacturing - enough power to light a 17 watt compact fluorescent light for 15 hours!

    I like Shoulder Bag in Olive

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  158. I learned that 230 plastic bottles per person go to a landfill per year.

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  159. I read and looked at the video tutorial on how plastics become fabric and how selective the company is about it. I like the jet black laptop jacket.

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  160. I tweeted:http://twitter.com/quelleheure4/status/1681148398

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  161. I learned that Bottles are hand sorted by the collector to remove non-PET and other visual impurities. The greater the separation process, the more value the resulting material has since the refinement process will require fewer steps.

    I would like the large sleeve.

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  162. I would like the 15.4 inch black laptop jacket. Very cool! Very green!

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  163. I tweeted at: http://twitter.com/roseyroser.

    I'm also following you! I love the "green" 15.4 laptop jacket!

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  164. I read your kaboogle review and left a comment!

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  165. I subscribed via email (roseyroser@gmail.com).

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