Texas Christian University (TCU)

“Working with Relan to re-purpose our TCU Football Street Banners was a great way to create new and unique products for our fans to enjoy, as well as an opportunity for our department to make money back on an item that would have otherwise been thrown away.”

- Jackie Torda, TCU

Products created: Grab and Go Tote, Urban Tote

 

University of Arizona

“The University of Arizona creates new street banners to line our campus every year. This year instead of trashing the banners, we worked with Relan to recycle the banners into something our Alumni and fans would enjoy.

Working with Relan was incredibly easy, their staff is knowledgable and their products are very high quality.  I would recommend Relan to any company looking to recycle banners into one of a kind products.” 

-Allixandra Holcomb, University of Arizona

Products created: Grab-and-Go Tote

 

University of Minnesota

“I chose to work with Relan because I wanted to find a way to reuse material that can not be recycled – vinyl. Relan offered a quality product at a reasonable price.

Since getting our folios and bags in, we’ve had rave reviews from students, faculty, and staff across campus. Everyone wants a piece of history and Relan offers that in a sustainable and affordable way.”

-Stacy White, ReUse MN and the University of Minnesota

Products created: Grab-and-Go Tote, Padfolio

 

Yale University

Recycling our exhibition banners with Relan has been terrific! Our old banners now have a second life as tote bags and tablet covers—great gifts for friends of the Library.

The Relan team is easy to work with, the ordering process is seamless, and the turn-around time is super-fast. Best of all, the final products are gorgeous and lots of fun; they have been a big hit with our library community.

Relan bags have given us an opportunity to recycle beautiful banners we’d otherwise have to discard.”

-Nancy Kuhl, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University

Products created: Document Case, Zippered Tablet Case, Junior Padfolio, Small Tote, Grab-and-go Tote, Pencil Pouch

 

 

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