Why clean shopping is the only shopping you should be doing
The next time you go shopping, be aware of your surroundings. As soon as you walk in, notice if it is clean and organized? Can you see everything easily because it is well lit? Now take a deep breath, is it fresh air? If you can’t answer yes to any of these questions, then you need to turn around and walk right back out. I don’t mean to frighten you, but that is not a LEED certified business.
You’re probably asking, what’s the big deal about shopping in a LEED certified store? Well for one it’s a much healthier environment for you while you shop and healthier for the employees that work there to be in. Another reason why you should only shop at a LEED certified businesses is because it’s proof that we care about the environment and you. LEED is the triple bottom line in action, benefiting people, the planet and profit because it means healthier, more productive places, reduced stress on the environment by encouraging energy and resource-efficient buildings, and decreased utility costs.
When a business is sensitive about how they conduct their relationship with the earth, then they would definitely be sensitive to how they conduct their business with you. Wouldn’t you agree?
At CashCo, San Diego’s #1 Pawnshop and first green pawnshop in America, you can see how clean and organized our second hand showcases are as soon as you walk in, because we only use eco friendly lighting that operate under less energy in all three of our local pawn shops. Each location also has expert pawn brokers that always give the best service to each and every customer in either getting top dollar for selling their gold jewelry or buying jewelry. In addition we participate in recycling programs that contribute to our pledge in maintaining the LEED certified silver rating.
So please join Cashco and help create a sustainable environment to live in. Visit CashCo’s Blog for more information on how to become eco friendly like them. And if you have more ideas about how to become more sustainable for our environment, please feel free to share your ideas and or concerns on our comment block below or our facebook page.
Author: Sarah M