When Garbage Is Beautiful And [Green] Drinks Are Free

Terracycle’s UP Store, NYC, Now Extended To May 27th

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, in conjunction with the
Times Square Alliance and the Fashion Center Business Improvement District, has reinvented the corner of 8th Avenue and 41st Street at the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

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What was once an empty retail space is now an exhibition area and boutique shop for some of New York’s finest design and fashion.

“Since its inception, Blank Sl8 has played a vital role in the transformation of 8th Avenue into a destination for innovative art, design, fashion and retail,” said Barbara Randall, president of the Fashion Center BID. “I can think of no more appropriate anchor to Blank Sl8 during Earth Month than TerraCycle, a company built on innovation and sustainability. TerraCycle will be a spectacular addition to 8th Avenue.”

Join Green Drinks NYC
Tuesday May 11, 6-10pm
at Terracycle’s Green Up Shop

641 8th Ave. at 41st Street, NYC, NY 10018

OPEN BAR – compliments of 360 Vodka, Brooklyn Brewery, Capri Sun and Snow Beverages.
Bring your electric bill, sign up for Wind Power and entrance is free

 www.greendrinksnyc.com.    

RESTORE™CLOTHING a mid-town based clothing company that makes a full range of
eco-friendly clothes that feature organic and recycled materials and socially responsible
manufacturing. RESTORE™CLOTHING is partnering closely with TerraCycle to help
organize the green design themed pop-up shop and will find sponsorship and co-host the many events planned for the space in the month of April including some with our friends at SAVE THE GARMENT CENTER.

Running FREE lunchtime workout sessions every Wednesday and offering a full range
premium eco-fitness and yoga products is Natural Fitness. In addition to using the mostenvironmentally friendly materials like natural rubber, hemp and cork, Natural Fitness funds the planning of a tree with their Zero Impact Program for every product purchased.

Brooklyn-based RePlayGround creates eco-gifts and DIY products that enable consumers to use household waste to make, eco-friendly products lamps and trivets! RePlayGround and TerraCycle are partnering to sponsor a free DIY table at the store that will allow children to make a fun, free item from drink pouches or other food wrappers. Stop by weekly to collect the various products you make yourself!

The store will also featured one-of-a-kind, hand made jewelry from Garbage of Eden, a
design company that collects used plastics in the NYC-area and turns it into unique jewelry and accessories.

Coffee sleeves, drink cozies and key holders are among the Abby Valentine products made from scrap materials that will help you replace common, disposable products we often throw away.

To keep with the fitness theme, the Green Up Shop will feature Earth Spirit Yoga Bags.
Each bag is unique and made from upcycled fabric scraps discarded in furniture
manufacturing.

Finally, some of the larger items to be offered at the Green Up Shop will be EcoSystem’s furniture, shelving and other products and services which can be ordered at the store and delivered straight to your home! In addition to this collection of sustainable products and services 1% of sales from Green Up will be
donated to RIVERKEEPER the leading “clean water advocate for New York”.

Riverkeeper is an approved 1% for the Planet Non-Profit recipient. Earth Day NY, which host the city’s Earth Day Celebrations will also partner in the festivities.

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