TRENTON, N.J., May 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- May is a month filled with amazing life celebrations, and millions of balloons
The Balloon Council's national Smart Balloon Practices campaign encourages people to take a few simple steps to ensure that balloons are used and disposed of properly, so they don't wind up where they don't belong. The Balloon Council is an organization made up of responsible retailers, distributors, and manufactures that are dedicated to educating others about the wonders of balloons and the proper handling of them.
Here are some quick "Be Balloon Smart" tips to follow:
"Everyone loves balloons. They are bright, colorful and lift our spirits. But, we all need to do our part and be mindful of these smart practices to ensure that balloons are a part of our celebrations for years to come," says Dan Flynn, Chairman of The Balloon Council.
The national education campaign is designed to empower the public to "Be Balloon Smart" and features Faraday, a life-sized spokesballoon, who shares Smart Balloon tips with people of all ages at public events. Faraday recently visited California and took part in the Earth Day LA 2018 event.
Share your balloon filled celebration photos by posting with the hashtag #BeBalloonSmart to Facebook https://www.facebook.com/balloonsliftup or Instagram https://www.instagram.com/balloonsliftup/.
To learn more about the Faraday campaign visit www.BalloonsLiftUp.com
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SOURCE The Balloon Council
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