And The Winners Of The #GreenRoutine Challenge Are...

And The Winners Of The #GreenRoutine Challenge Are...
8 months ago

Two weeks ago we launched our first-ever community challenge, #GreenRoutine. On behalf of everyone at Green Matters and our friends at Package Free, we'd like to thank you for your passion, creativity, and participation. We hope that you'll explore all the submissions on Instagram by checking out the #GreenRoutine hashtag and continue to connect with the everyone in the community. 

It was extremely difficult to select only five winners but we assure you there will be more challenges and prizes in the near future. Additionally, we'd like to extend a special offer to the entire Green Matters community of 20% off your entire order at Package Free from October 24th to October 31st when you use the Discount Code GREENROUTINE (case sensitive).  

And Now For Our Winners:

Thanks again for your continued support and we hope you'll continue to live green!

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