The Winning Brands Corporation (OTCMKTS:WNBD) stock has made a strong comeback in the markets. On Thursday, the stock soared by as much as 42% in direct response to the company’s decision to start a campaign against waste reduction in North America. The company which is involved in manufacturing micro brands has been one of the biggest movers among penny stocks in recent days.
However, there is another important factor that might have contributed to the rally in the stock. Earlier this week, the OTC Markets also gave the approval that took Winning Brands to the OTC Pink Current Information tier. In other words, the company has now regained its current status on the OTC Markets.
However, it is perhaps more interesting for investors to take a look into the inspired campaign that has been launched by the company recently. The company has decided to start a mission that is aimed at reducing plastic bottle wastage as much as possible in North America.
It may seem like a simple step but it could have a considerable impact on the waste management situation in the continent. Research suggests that people in North Americans discard more than a billion plastic spray bottlers and trigger sprayers each year.
Winning Brands seeks to cut down such a form of waste by as much as 95% and in the process, it does not only seek to protect the environment but also help in generating savings to the tune of millions of dollars for consumers.
The magic bullet for this campaign is the company’s product the 1000+ Stain Remover. It is a versatile concentrate made by Winning Brands and the company claims that it can make 20 bottles worth of spray cleaner out of one bottle. In that situation, the number of spray bottles in use is going to be reduced by 95% straightaway and result in managing the spray bottle wastage that is seen in North America.
People can mix the concentrate with water and fill reusable spray dispenser bottles for this purpose. It is a fairly straightforward change in consumer behavior but it has the potential of reducing waste by 95% and also cutting costs substantially for consumers.
In this regard, it is also necessary for investors to keep in mind that reducing plastic waste is now a point of policy for most governments across the world and especially so in North America. Hence, the move has caused a wave of optimism among investors.
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