Good swag at D.C. Google office

And by good swag I mean promotional goods not made of plastic, and are actually well-designed and useful things that I will actually use.

One is a cotton tote bag with a cute graphic. The other is a glass water bottle. The glass water bottle has what appears to be a silicone thread and was packed in a box with — headslap! — bubblewrap. But I’ll ignore the one and reuse the other. It makes tap water cute, and that’ll be an appeal that saves plastic bottles. So not perfect, but good quality and not prone to be pitched.

Bag and glass bottle

Got these at a launch of new Google tools for nonprofits, so a link is only fair. (Overseas nonprofits, too.)

Categorized as Workplace

By Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.

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