Inspired by the old wives tale about planting pennies for a fruitful and slug free garden, this trio of askew blossoms creates an industrially botanical focal point in your outdoor decor.
Responsible Business Practices
To bring a smile to people's faces in an otherwise dreary world by making "garden art that doesn't suck."
Sugarpost Inc. pays employees a starting wage of $14/hr., which exceeds Salt Lake County's living wage.
- Local (Utah State) minimum wage: $7.25
- Federal minimum wage: $7.25
- Living wage of Salt Lake County: $10.87
paid time off
40 hours of PTO is available after 1 year of employment. After 2 years of service, 80 hours is available, with a maximum of 96 hours PTO after 3 years.
recycling primary/secondary materials
At least 50% of primary material is upcycled. The rods are scrap steel (remnants from a local spring shop). The leaves are precision cut out of scrap material. Every component is 100% recyclable.
Sugarpost works with everything from local fundraisers to the National Ability Center (NAC). They recently donated artwork that sold for $17,500 and donated over $25,000 in 2015 to various local groups and organizations.
Environmentally Friendly Materials
Upcycled, Recycled and Recyclable Steel
Sugarpost packs in recycled and recyclable Kraft and cardboard.
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