The MMAZone launches Go Green Initiative in their Working Culture
01/12/2010

Company Head and CEO Mr. Tony Hackerott of TheMMAZone.net has launched “The Go Green Initiative” that works to create a culture of environmental responsibility in their working culture as part of its climate protection program.

Online PR News – 12-January-2010 – – This year TheMMAZone.Net has set out to accomplish a very bold and commendable goal in 2010. They have launched a program that works to create a culture of environmental responsibility in their working culture as part of its climate protection program.

According to Company Head and CEO Mr. Tony Hackerott who is one of the leading entrepreneur in supplying martial arts items within United States says that “The Go Green Initiative will lessen our environment footprint on the world”, so they are working on office culture by reducing the amount of paper used in the offices as well as with the shipping of their warehouses. One such program is to send the customers electronic invoices as opposed to invoices enclosed with every shipping box. However, if a paper invoices are needed by the customers, can let us know and we will ship one to them right away.

He explained, "We have worked very hard to get everyone on board and stressed the importance within the company to come up with more ways to be environmentally friendly".

Mr. Hackerott, explained that TheMMAZone.Net has started another important program on using old boxes people aren’t using anymore. He explained that, there is just no need for a box to be used one time and then be discarded or even ran through recycling when in like new condition. He said "we won't re-use boxes that look damaged or marked on either the inside or outside of the box, we will only use a box that is in new condition." So, this program will use boxes donated to TheMMAZone by the community of McPherson Kansas.

About TheMMAZone.Net

TheMMAZone.Net is a division of Supreme Standards LLC based in McPherson, Kansas and deals in quality martial arts supplies within United States and Canada. For further queries or comments on “Go Green Initiative” please call 1-800-662-6466 or email inquiries to sales@themmazone.net

Contact: Tony Hackerott
TheMMAZone.net
1-800-662-6466
Website: http://www.themmazone.net