I hope you enjoy this short article I wrote for the “The Green Room” which can be found in the winter issue of Stationery Trends Magazine. Everyone wants to reduce their carbon footprint and I was excited to be able to write about this complicated and many times misunderstood topic. Read entire article below. The […]
Here is my second article for “The Green Room”, which can be seen in the fall issue of Stationery Trends Magazine. I enjoy writing about the environment, an important issue. Even though Stationery Trends is a trade and not an environmental magazine, they are incorporating sustainable content into each issue, and that’s Verysupercool in my […]
The Pet Elite, Pet Fashion Week New York issue, featured Verysupercool cards in their Sustainable Style section! September 1, 2008 – Verysupercool cards were prominently featured in The Pet Elite magazine’s Sustainable Style: Ideas for an eco-friendly renovation Fall 2008 issue. Of course they chose to feature Bella’s card, everyone’s favorite French Bulldog puppy. (see […]
I’m so excited to announce that my very first column came out in the summer issue of Stationery Trends Magazine. I was honored when the editor, Sarah Schwartz, approached me to write an ongoing green column: The Green Room. (Of course I managed to work my dog Martin into my head shot photo. Sarah, an […]
Michelle Anton, blogger for WomenEntrepreneur.com, has awesome taste in greeting cards! Entrepreneurs Flourish In Austin, Texas as seen in www.womenentrepreneur.com written by Michelle Anton When I told my daughter that Austin must be doing something right, she said, “Austin Powers?” Once I stopped laughing I was able to share stories about a few new business […]
Verysupercool cards are prominently featured in the premiere issue of Stationery Trends Magazine, a hip, new trade publication that focuses on greeting cards, gifts, and all things stationery! Stationery Trends Magazine will be making it’s big debut at the National Stationery Show next week and we’re so excited to be a part of it! Shades […]
Thank you Green Printer for ranking Verysupercool #1! We really appreciate being appreciated! Seven Ways Business is Green-ing Our World: One paper product at a time The big names cannot help but pump out more sustainable paper products on an almost weekly basis. From biology college textbooks gone green to carbon friendly greeting cards, we’ve […]
Posted by Thursday Bram for the MatterNETWORK.com: Verysupercool: Greenest Little Greeting Card In Texas Verysupercool, a greeting card company out of Austin Texas, is Carbonfund.org’s poster child. They are one of only two greeting card companies that were featured in the May/June issue of Greetings etc. magazine that use only 100% post-consumer waste paper. And […]
(Released from Carbonfund.org via The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire) Greetings etc. Magazine’s Eco-Edition Showcases Verysupercool’s Greeting Cards Made Greener with Carbonfund.org (CSRwire) AUSTIN, TX – May 7, 2008 – In partnership with Carbonfund.org, Verysupercool announced today the success of its green greeting cards, which were featured in the March/April edition of Greeting etc., a prominent […]
Eco – Friendly Merchandise Issue Features Verysupercool March 1, 2008 – Greetings etc. features Verysupercool cards in their Eco-Friendly Merchandise issue, their greenest publication to date. Kathy Krassner, Editor-in-Chief, talks about the Green Scene and how “being green can also help your business stay in the black!”
Austin Tidbits says, “Forego the typical, go for the Verysupercool!” October 18, 2007 – Forego typical greeting cards and give a pup some praise. Austin-based company, VerySuperCool, specializes in doggie-themed cards printed on 100% post-consumer waste paper. See Full Story…
Modern Dog LOVES Verysupercool green greeting cards! Green Stuff We Love! Modern Dog staffers’ picks of the litter. In their first GO – GREEN issue, Modern Dog applauds companies with conscious. Below, Verysupercool listed as number 3, featuring Buster, the rescued golden retriever. Inside the sympathy card, “Dogs’ lives are too short, their only fault […]
The Pet Elite Product Showcase features Verysupercool cards! September 1, 2007 – Verysupercool card were prominently featured in The Pet Elite magazine’s first ever Eco-Friendly products spread. The Fall Trends edition also included the official tradeshow directory for New York’s Pet Fashion Week!
Verysupercool cards were featured as a green and unique alternative to traditional holiday cards in the Holiday 2006 issue of The Bark magazine. Revive the lost art of handwritten communication, write to loved ones with greetings and felicitations! “Verysupercool not only produces appealing cards, they manufacture them in a verysupercool, environmentally friendly way. Available in […]
Plenty Magazine thinks Verysupercool is Very Super Green PRODUCT REVIEW – Plenty Magazine reviews Verysupercool Greeting Cards Move over cuteoverload.com: The Rules of Cuteness has marked its territory on the green stationery market. We just discovered that the overenthusiastically- named VerySuperCool makes a shamelessly endearing line of cards that feature portraits of wide-eyed doggies printed […]
Verysupercool reviewed at the National Stationery Show And the show (coverage) goes on. The National Stationery Show is one of the more notable markets for finding fresh faces and fresh ideas. Truly, this is an industry niche that must continually reinvent itself in order to survive in a world gone “tech.” And when we consider […]
Verysupercool, as seen in the January 2006 issue of Austin Business Journal GREETINGS, AUSTINITES! Some very supercool things are happening for an Austin greeting card company. The Trends 2006 issue of Greetings etc., a trade magazine for the greeting card industry, has named Verysupercool the best new product. Verysupercool, whose greeting cards feature dog portraits, […]
Trends 2006 Issue – Features Verysupercool January 1, 2006 – Just weeks after Verysupercool launched it’s new product line, Greetings etc named them BEST OF THE NEW in their Trends 2006 issue!
Verysupercool, as seen in the December 2005 issue of Austin Business Journal/Deal Report Austin-based Verysupercool LLC (www.verysupercool.com) is selling their dog-themed greeting cards at the two Whole Foods Market Inc. (www.wholefoods.com) stores in Austin. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
By Melanie Spencer American Statesman Staff Last week, Sue Rostvold and her husband, Allan LIttle, launched their Austin-based greeing card company, Verysupercool. You might have seen them scouting for “models” along Town Lake or Zilker Park – the four-legged canine kind, that is. Each of their cards is an homage to a beloved pet, and […]