You might wonder why StringSavers is already closing the Green Strings shop. Well, in short, I needed to clear the playing field for the good cause…
Last week I received an email from Guitarking. It’s Wilma: “Hi Robben, hope you’re doing fine in these crazy times … We have a box with old strings weighing about 7 kilos. I would like to send them in, can you send me a shipping label.”
Hey StringSavers! It’s been a while since our last post, but I have not been sitting on my hands. Like I said in the last post, it’s a new year with new challenges.
Can you hear the bells already? Holidays are coming and a new year awaits us. Time for a little reflection and to look what lies ahead.
Well, not really … but StringSavers is growing nevertheless. In the last few weeks, new recycling points have registered from various countries.
When our first recycling points signed up, it was time to start thinking about promotional materials. We wanted to design a poster that attracts the attention of our visitors. And then, from an unexpected corner, Gitty Gilbert came to the rescue.
We are happy to announce our first recycling point has opened in the Netherlands at Stegers Gitaarservice in Goirle.
Sustainability has become an important aspect of our daily lives. Our increasingly busy world and the depletion of our natural resources force us to seek solutions for a more sustainable way of living. That also holds true for today’s music industry.