The PTO is rolling out new Unity Apparel this March. The MARCH MADNESS SALE will take place from March 1st to March 11th with orders being received in Early April. The new Unity apparel, featuring the school colors of blue and green, was carefully selected with our mission in mind. Most items are organic and made in the USA. All items are eco-friendly.
Items will only be available online for purchase and the PTO will no longer carry inventory on site. The PTO decided to make the switch to online orders to prevent any over ordering or potential waste. Switching to online orders also enabled them to offer a variety of high-quality organic items to the community without an investment of funds. The PTO wants everyone to show their school spirit so they kept prices lower by choosing not to make this a large fundraiser.
The PTO partnered with Mantis Graphics to help develop the new Unity Apparel line. Since opening in 1996, Mantis Graphics has been committed to being green, using screen-printing techniques and inks that are safe for the environment and even riding their bikes to work!
The new Unity Apparel line will include short sleeve shirts, long sleeve shirts, kid hoodies, adult hoodies and beanies. Other items for purchase are the Unity stainless steel travel mug, Unity tote and our *new* Unity zero waste kits. This kit was developed to keep our community events zero waste. The set includes a reusable recyclable drawstring tote along with 4 sets of cutlery, 4 16oz cups, 4 small plates and 4 large plates by Preserve. The dinnerware set is made of 100% recycled #5 plastic and is 100% recyclable. To find out more about Preserve, a mission-minded company, check out https://www.preserveproducts.com/recycle. Get your kit today and be ready for ECO FunFest and all Unity events!
Show your Unity pride and support by purchasing your spirit wear during the March Madness Sale!
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Sheena Sullivan is the mother of Adam and Samer Anshasi and PTO president. She loves volunteering at Unity and helping parents connect with their children’s school. She enjoys spending time with her family and gardening.
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