Wind Horse started participating in the campaign in February 2018.
Staff have been in the habit of asking customers if they want their beverage for here or to-go, but having the BYOC window cling displayed in their front window, along with staff wearing the BYOC buttons proudly on their aprons are additional reminders for customers.
They are continuously looking for business solutions that help them be more environmentally friendly, such as their new POS system that eliminated paper receipts, and installing LED lights to reduce energy costs.
Make a trip to historic downtown Milwaukie, and thank them for participating in the BYOC campaign, and reducing their environmental footprint.
Special Thanks to Kelly Stewart with Clackamas County Resource Conservation & Solid Waste for helping them get signed up!