A year of free advertising in UYOC's ethical café guide for members  

29 Aug 2018

On the back of our Plastic Free July promotion, the online ethical café and eatery directory UYOC (Use Your Own Cup) is offering all Hospitality New Zealand members with cafes or eateries one year of free advertising of their business on the UYOC website. 


The on-line UYOC directory lets your customers know if your business offers things like gluten free or vegan options, free wifi, organic produce, are plastic straw-free, and/or pet friendly etc. The only criteria for taking up this offer is that your customers must be welcome to use their own cup. 



When you have uploaded your listing,  UYOC will post you out a sticker which then indicates to customers that they may use their own cups at your eatery.  Any UYOC profits are distributed across a variety of NZ registered charities, not for profits and community groups.


*The first 365 days of advertising your business with UYOC is free. You can log in to your member account to edit your listing and check where you are at with your free trial at any time.  When your listing's 12 months is up you will receive an e-mail from UYOC asking if you want to continue your listing at a cost of $1 per day.  If you ignore that email your listing will be removed.  You may cancel your listing at any time, with no reason required.  See UYOC’s full Legal Terms.

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