Interplas Sponsor Greenville Scottish Games with Eco-Friendly Printed Plastic Bags
One of the wonderful aspects of American society is the diversity of different cultures. This diversity is like a kaleidoscope of different ideas, contributions, food, song, and more that are the threads of fabric making our country one of the most diverse on the planet. Many cultures have very distinctive and easily recognizable contributions. For example, when you hear the sound of bagpipes, which culture comes to mind? If you are like many people immediately you say “Scottish” and maybe even a mental image of a man in a kilt. However, the most recognizable Scottish contributions to society are some that have less to do with culture and more to do with modernization.
Did you know that James Watt steam engine led the Industrial Revolution? Or that Adam Smith revolutionized economic understanding with his theories? Thanks God that Alexander Cummings gave us the first flushing toilet! Even better, Alexander Fleming invented one of the world’s most important medicines: Penicillin. And John Logie Baird is credited with inventing the world’s first publically demonstrated Television.
To celebrate Scotland’s rich heritage, in 2006 the Greenville Scottish Games began. This year on May 24th through the 25th The Greenville Scottish Games anchors Gallabrae, and embodies the finest of Scottish traditions brought to new levels of excellence. There are a whole host of activities, presentations, and events (see full list of events here http://www.gallabrae.com/events/ )
International Plastics is proud to sponsor Gallabrae. Interplas.com provided Wee Scotland with a custom digital printed fold-over die cut handle plastic bags. As you can see from the image, these vibrantly colored bags really highlight the essence and spirit of the games. These custom printed bags are not only Green in color but are also environmentally friendly bags. These ecofriendly bags are made from an oxo-biodegradable plastic which break down when exposed to heat or sunlight reducing the environmental impact when the bags are discarded.
There is something for everybody! Come check out the herding dogs as they coral the sheep, the Wee Scotland Village for children, the music, the Braveheart-esque games, and even a car show.
Be sure to visit the Greenville Scottish Game May 24th and 25th at Furman University.