Word of our company’s and our client’s sustainability efforts and work with The George Washington University (GWU) has been featured in the GW Hatchet, an independent, well-established student newspaper serving the GWU community of Washington, D.C.
Our very own Vice President of Conceptual Projects, Valerie Zweig, is featured in the article discussing our successful partnership with GWU’s undergraduate honey bee research and beekeeping program, now approaching it’s sixth year
“It’s been a great partnership,” Zweig said. “We love the connection within the community and really love how the bees have inspired us through everything.”
As a company, we guide our clients to incorporate sustainability efforts whenever possible to best fit within their specific brand concept and messaging strategies.
In fact, our client, Farmers Restaurant Group and their Founding Farmers restaurants, have taken their sustainable-apiary affinity one step further to partner with the good people at Sweet Virginia. This amazing, non-profit organization is dedicated to the mission of inspiring and educating children about the lifecycle of honey bees and the critical role they play in pollinating plants, fruits, and vegetables, as well as the overall positive impact they have on our environment.
This remarkable partnership is just a step in our path, and that of our client’s, of commitment to sustainable practices – all in an effort to not only better our planet today, but also improve the future for our next generation.