Artterro Proudly Announces Company Relaunch

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Artterro, formerly Arttogo, proudly unveils its new company name. Manufacturer of affordable, high-quality, eco-friendly, green art kits, Artterro is committed to sustainability. The company minimizes packaging, prints on 100% post-consumer waste recycled paper and assembles kits at Goodwill Industries in Milwaukee, WI.

Artterro, manufacturer of award-winning creative art kits, http://www.artterro.com, is excited to announce its official company relaunch. Founded in 2006 as Arttogo, Artterro has always focused on designing high-quality, eco-friendly, affordable alternatives to common art and craft kits. The new name, Artterro "Art of the Earth," clearly expresses the company's commitment to sustainability and celebration of the universal desire to create beauty.

With the timing of Artterro's name change, the company was unable to attend Toy Fair 2009 in New York. They are looking forward to introducing their line of green products to the toy and art industries this year.

Artterro currently offers a line of eight award-winning kits. Great care is taken to combine beautiful, inspiring, natural materials to provide a satisfying art experience friends and families can share. The kits feature safe materials including high-quality copper and jewelry wire, marbles, glass and wooden beads, luxurious handmade paper, and 100% wool felt.

Packaging is minimized to reduce environmental impact and all printing is done on 100% post-consumer waste recycled paper using vegetable-based inks and renewable power.
Artterro kits are assembled in Milwaukee, WI by Goodwill Industries, http://www.goodwill.org. The company is proud to partner with this outstanding non-profit, providing jobs and training to people in need.

Artterro kits are open-ended art projects, so the possibilities are limitless. Each kit includes an "ideas sheet" to start the creative juices flowing, but the end result is a one-of-a-kind piece of art. Artists are encouraged to personalize projects by using some of their own materials and by infusing their own imaginative ideas. All projects include enough materials for at least two people to share.

Artterro is located in Madison, Wisconsin. For more information, visit the website at http://www.artterro.com or call (608) 213-0221.

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Forrest Espinoza
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