Super Bowl Made into Super Reuse Items by Julie Knight

Super Bowl Made into Super Reuse Items by Julie Knight

By:  Julie Knight Did you know that you can still own a part of Super Bowl XLVI? For all those that put it off until the hype was over, the People For Urban Progress is offering you a chance to own a piece of the Super Bowl.  These items came from Super Bowl vinyl banners, fence wrap and fabric mesh.  And The People For Urban Progress is a not-for-profit organization that helps promote urban design, public transportation and environmental awareness in our area.  Or a do-tank!  These items went up for sale on April 6, 2012. But it is not too late to still own a part of history.  They had over 5 miles of Super Bowl signage to repurpose. According to Amy Crook, Development Innovator for PUP, “Our new Super Bowl items are of course in high demand as we continue to fill our retailer’s orders.”  And “We are about a mile into 5 miles of Super Bowl fabric.” Some of the items for purchase are wallets, shower curtains and beach bags. Items sale for  $40.00 and $45.00 each. And all are available through the People For Urban Progress at 1043 Virginia Avenue, Suite 213 in the Murphy Building and the Outpost Indianapolis Local Apparel at 1101 Woodlawn Avenue, just off The Indianapolis Cultural Trail.

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