Creative Automation Announces Reforestation Program
Hillside, IL – April 25, 2008 – Creative Automation, a leader in direct mail printing and database management services, announced their plan to run a reforestation program during the month of June. Creative Automation is partnering with American Forests® for this program because of their strong commitment to protect, restore, and enhance forests throughout the United States and around the world.
The program, “Reforestation with Creative Automation,” will apply to all orders placed during the month of June, 2008 with the Graphics Printing Division at Creative Automation. For every $5,000 print production order a customer places, Creative Automation will plant 25 trees through American Forests® in the name of that customer.
“We feel this is the perfect time to start a program like this,” stated Michael Turano, Executive Vice President of Manufacturing and Production at Creative Automation. “There is such a strong industry focus on ‘going green’ and we are doing our part as a printer to be more environmentally conscious, but this program gives us an even greater opportunity to give back and renew some of the resources that we are consuming.”
Another highlight of this reforestation program is that Creative Automation has not put a cap on what they are willing to donate. If a customer places a $25,000 order, 125 trees would be planted in the name of his or her company. Likewise, a $200,000 order would equate to 1,000 trees planted in the customer’s name. The goal of “Reforestation with Creative Automation” is to plant as many trees as possible.
About American Forests®
The mission at American Forests® is to grow a healthier world with trees. Their community-based initiatives help people plan and implement local actions that restore and maintain healthy ecosystems and communities. Their work encompasses tree planting, urban forestry, environmental education, and community-based forestry. For more information, contact American Forests at 202-737-1944 or visit www.americanforests.org.