JP Selects

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JP Selects is a company which has made it it’s mission to broaden the horizons of sustainable green businesses. JP Selects helps these small companies with advertising and even global distribution and logistics through Strader Ferris company. Not every brand is the absolute greenest but they do make they all have conscious aspects whether it is using recycled packaging, purchasing carbon offsets or being biodegradable.
JP Select’s variety of products go from fashion to home to pet to health and wellness. If conscious shopping is important to you than you are bound to find a brand that you are already loyal to and definitely new ones to start trying.
If you are interested in trying JP Select’s featured brands you can check out their How We Select section to make sure their processes are up to your standards.

About JP Selects from their own mouth:
Our Mission
We are committed to scouting the world for the best up and coming brands and entrepreneurs who are making a difference with more sustainable products and by giving back.

Who We Are
Named after our co-founder, humanitarian and entrepreneur John Paul DeJoria, at JP Selects we scout the USA and the World for the best up and coming brands and entrepreneurs. Every brand on JP Selects is vetted and tested by our team to ensure the quality of their products and the sustainability of their production. To further help emerging brands reach a broader audience, JP Selects also provides support with global distribution and logistics.

JP Selects and the brands on our platform believe in supporting the environment and society, and we all contribute to important causes, because as our founder says, “Success unshared is failure”. Be the first of your friends to discover our emerging brands, all while making a difference.

About John Paul DeJoria
John Paul DeJoria is the co-founder of Paul Mitchell Systems, Patron Spirits, and now JP Selects. He is a renowned humanitarian who, from humble beginnings, has dedicated his life’s work to improving the well-being of millions of people across the world.

John Paul and his wife, Eloise, believe that each of us has a daily responsibility to make the world a better place. With the philosophy that “Success Unshared is Failure”, John Paul has launched this innovative enterprise that will bring a multitude of ethically-conscious brands to public attention.

Eco Icons
All our brands support sustainability and great causes. You can find eco icons on brands indicating the value that each brand puts on sustainability, social causes and the way each brand makes this a better world. The key below explains what each of the icons represent – view How We Select to learn more.

Recycled Traffic Sign Martini Glasses

Recycled Martini Glasses

Recycled Martini Glasses

You know I love me some cocktails! Even more so I like them to be pretty! How much prettier can they get than being in recycled glasses!! really has some amazing items in their store. You are doing your part purchasing recycleditems that are handmade in the USA! Each set may vary in color depending on the sign used to make them. The Recycled Martini glass is perfect for entertaining, as a gift or just for you when relaxing at home! I love love love these glasses!!

Product Description:

These cool goblets are made from a recycled traffic sign parts, nuts and a bolt for the stem, and a stainless steel cup. We call them “tipsy” martini glasses because the cup portion is mounted at an angle to the bolt giving the whole piece a tipsy appearance. Don’t worry – your drink is safe!
Each set is hand made in the USA by Tripp Gregson who fashions them from actual recycled traffic signs (legally obtained)!
As traffic sign colors vary – each set has two sign color variations.

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Watch it Made in the U.S.A

Watch it Made in the U.S.A.

Watch it Made in the U.S.A.

Watch It Made in the U.S.A.: A Visitor’s Guide to the Best Factory Tours and Company Museums

I don’t know about you but when I am trying to look for products made in the USA I have a difficult time finding many things. It really disappoints me that we can’t have done more with our country than learning how to export to other countries that cost less but maintain better quality. That sounds silly to me. There was once a time when everyone wanted American made products, what happened to that?  I think it is very possible that we can return to a time where our products are respected and in international demand.

One way to get back there is to go visit businesses that manufacturer products right here in the United States. The book Watch It Made in the U.S.A.: A Visitor’s Guide to the Best Factory Tours and Company Museums
is an excellent resource to find and visit American manufacturers and watch exactly what they do. This may inspire you to continue purchasing American products or even entice you to make your own American made products.  Watch It Made in the U.S.A.: A Visitor’s Guide to the Best Factory Tours and Company Museums gives you information for over 300 products made right here in the USA. Maybe this summer plan some trips with your family to discover what items you might be using everyday that are made right here at home.

Product Description:
Have you ever wondered how toothpaste gets into the tube? How stripes get on a candy cane? More than just a travel guide, Watch It Made in the U.S.A. helps you experience firsthand the products, companies, technology, and workers that fuel our economy, from Ben and Jerry’s to Harley-Davidson. Whether you’re curious about potato chips or computer chips, cars or crayons, you can count on authors and factory-tour experts Karen Axelrod and Bruce Brumberg to help you and your family discover information about more than 300 ordinary and extraordinary products most of us take for granted.

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Noodle & Boo made in the USA

Green: Noodle & Boo

Shop Noodle & Boo! 100% Natural and made in the USA.

Noodle & Boo is a skin care company for Mama and baby. The creator of Noodle & Boo,Christine Burger, wanted to help out her child who has seriously sensitive skin. In the process of wanting to help her baby she also wanted to help all children who suffer from one ailment or another. Noodle & Boocreates products that are all natural, organic when possible and free of parabens, phthalates, sulfates, PPG’s, GMO’s, dyes, triclosan, and formaldehyde donors. The products are made in recyclable/biodegradable packaging and significant portions of profits are donated to various children’s charities. Let it also be said that the items are made right here in the U.S.A.

I know you are tired of me saying it but I will say it again! It is our responsibilty to support businesses that make a point of being green as well as being American made. We can fix many a problem if we get back to manufacturing products ourselves and not importing everything. We need to be able to sustain ourselves and not have to depend so heavily on other countries to do the “dirty” work. Our laziness and selfishness has put us where we are today and businesses like Noodle & Boo can help us move passed that and get on to bigger and better things.

Noodle & Boo - giving back.