LOQI Reusable Bags Designed with Eco-Friendly Consumers in Mind

July 15, 2013

Brightandbold.com, an online Eco boutique, has recently added LOQI bags to its extensive collection of reusable shopping bags and totes.

Sussex, WI (PRWEB) July 15, 2013

Brightandbold.com has offered unique eco-friendly products since 2004, and is never short of the latest designs of reusable shopping bags. The boutique's newest addition of bags comes from LOQI, a company dedicated to saying "no thanks" to plastic bags. LOQI is dedicated to creating long lasting reusable products that contribute to a sustainable environment. Using LOQI bags allows consumers to easily reuse their shopping bags with their practical, compact designs and unique prints.

LOQI's philosophy is that the cooler the designs, the more people that will make the change from single-use to reusable products. The bright and intricate designs of these bags are the product of collaborations with designers and artists worldwide. LOQI bags are OEKO-TEX certified, meaning each bag is produced without using harmful substances.

The company's name comes from the Latin and Chinese words Loci (location) and Qi (energy), respectively. LOQI is intended to be a small word that reflects a large idea that using these high quality, eco-friendly bags will help the earth over time.

The LOQI reusable bags come in a variety of prints in sets of 3 or 4. Brightandbold.com carries the following designs: Earth, Midnight, Urban Travel, Echo Zigzag, Botany, and Prima (4pk). Each bag measures 19.7" x 16.5" and can hold a generous 44 pounds of weight. LOQI bags are mighty, yet they can fold up and be carried in the enclosed 4.5" square zipper pouch.

http://search.store.yahoo.net/yhst-89203462974565/cgi-bin/nsearch?catalog=yhst-89203462974565&query=loqi&x=-946&y=-89&vwcatalog=yhst-89203462974565&.autodone=LOQI reusable bags are now available at brightandbold.com with prices ranging from $32.95 to $39.95 with free shipping.

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