Jeramey Jannene

Green Vendor in Wisconsin?

By - Apr 19th, 2008 06:55 pm
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If you have a “green” product or service in Wisconsin, now may be your time to shine.  Walmart as part of their sustainability program is looking for Wisconsin-based green products or services including things like organic produce, landscaping services, or recycling services.

Definitely worth your time to check out if you’re a producer of any product you can sell as “green”.

Let me know if you have any success.  I’m curious if I can sell “urban advocacy” in a bottle.


One thought on “Green Vendor in Wisconsin?”

  1. karen says:

    WalMart?? While it would be lovely if this retailing giant would fulfull it’s green promises and offer more things not made in China, perhaps engaging with WalMart is a co-optive move rather than a co-operative one. What about putting our valuable energies into building more local, sustainable business networks (like co-ops) than helping the giant that stomped all over local economies in the first place?

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