Recycled paper manufacturer TreeZero targets collegiate retailing trade show in Texas

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Recycled paper manufacturer TreeZero targets collegiate retailing trade show in Texas

January 18, 2011 - 06:32
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ATLANTA, Jan. 18, 2011 ( -TreeZero is working to capture the attention of millions of college students by exhibiting at CAMEX, the premiere trade show in the collegiate retailing industry. CAMEX 2011, sponsored annually by the National Association of College Stores (NACS), takes place February 25 through March 1 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas.

TreeZero will feature TreeFrog copy paper and a family of notebooks, writing pads and other stationary supplies made entirely from sugar cane fibers, at CAMEX.

"College students are the guardians of green, and we are looking forward to introducing them to the TreeFrog line," said Mike Nilan, CEO of TreeZero. "Our goal at CAMEX is to provide colleges and universities with the resources they need to cultivate greener campuses."

CAMEX consists of one and a half days of intensive retail education followed by a three-day tradeshow. Attracting more than 1,000 college store buyers, the sold out CAMEX show features over 700 companies occupying more than 1,500 booths. The tradeshow will showcase items from over 100 different product categories - from the latest collegiate apparel and candy to organic beauty products and body art.

About TreeZero

TreeZero is dedicated to providing the most environmentally-friendly paper products on Earth. All TreeZero products are 100 percent tree free, meaning they contain no wood or wood-based fibers including post-consumer waste that originated in wood. Founded in 2009 to address the growing need for environmentally sustainable practices in the paper industry, TreeZero is ISO 9001 certified and provides the highest quality products that eliminate the need to log forests for paper consumption. Striving to further its commitment to and responsibility for the environment, TreeZero currently offers a tree-free copy paper called TreeFrog.