TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (April 15, 2014)—Andrew and Amy Kohlmann, owners of Image360 - Traverse City, recently donated nearly $1,100 to FLOW (For Love of Water), as part of their 2014 Sign & Graphics Recycling Program. Image360 has recycled returned signage materials throughout the year and donated a percentage of the original product sale to FLOW.
FLOW is a non-profit organization working to ensure the waters of the Great Lakes are protected now and for future generations by recognizing the Great Lakes as a Commons, building deep public awareness and engaging the public and decision-makers about the threats and abuses facing the Great Lakes, and advancing public trust solutions to protect the rights of the people and waters of the Great Lakes Basin.
“After running our recycling program for several years, we have donated over $3400 to local organizations dedicated to preserving and improving our region’s natural habitats,” explains Kohlmann.
Past recipients include GT Bay Watershed ($686.30); TART Trails ($686.30); Grand Traverse Land Conservancy ($514.60); and Grand Traverse Conservation District ($514.60).
Image360 provides professional graphic solutions to regional businesses and organizations. From the simplest projects to the most complex, trained graphics specialists will work closely with clients to maximize the creativity and visual impact of environmental graphics, mobile graphics, way-finding solutions and promotional displays.
Located at1702 Barlow St, Image360 in Traverse City is locally-owned and operated, and is a member of Alliance Franchise Brands franchise network, a world leader in visual and graphics communications, linking more than 600 locations in the U.S., Canada and United Kingdom. For more information, contact Image360 at (231) 933-7446, or visit the company’s website at www.image360tc.com.