Official Mascot Portrait
me doing Yoga at lunchtime. We Greyhounds sure do love to stretch!
in our showroom - come visit me, I love to greet my customers!
of new things to build with recycled plastic!
me, doing what I do best!
like to rest after a hard day's work -- Oh wait, this is what I do all day!
and thank you for visiting my favorite part of this website! My name is
Gino, and I am the Official Mascot for American Recycled Plastic! I am
tail-waggin' thrilled to be a Mascot, as I used to be in the Racing
business.....but more about that later.
rest assured that when you buy things from my company, I will personally
supervise all the staff at American Recycled Plastic and make sure they
make you the best furniture ever! You will really enjoy recycled plastic
outdoor furniture, I have some in my own backyard and I must say, I am
having a hard time destroying these picnic tables, benches and rockers!
It's not like wood products, which were so easy for me to chew up in the
past. And when I have a little "accident" on recycled plastic, I
don't get into any trouble - because the nice folks at American Recycled
Plastic tell me animal urine does not affect the plastic at all! Boy does
that make me happy!
all those who are curious, I am a 88lb, 3 year old retired Greyhound
racer. I look big, but I am really just a huge Couch Potato! I love to
sleep, I love to go on walks and most of all I just love having my ears
scratched. On August 28th,2002 I was rescued from a local shelter and
given a terrific home to live in with a big backyard and kids & cats
to play with! But during the day, I was bored and decided I needed a new
career. After much discussion with my best friend Mike, we decided I
should go to work with him every day. And , so, I no longer have to race -
I have a nice place to live and work, and I'm so happy I was rescued by
know, the folks at the shelter where I stayed were so nice to me, but they
just can't equal a loving home. If you are considering adding a pet to
your home, and have carefully considered the costs and responsibilities,
then PLEASE go to your local shelter and tell them GINO sent you! You'll
be able to select a wonderful new pet to love and will be saving a life in
the process - remember, 3 out of 4 animals in shelters never find homes
and must be euthanized*. An animal from the shelter will also be spayed or
neutered for you too!
who knows, maybe your new pet can become your Official Mascot too - let's
start a trend!!!
for stopping by Gino's Page. Come back soon, please visit me! If you're in
the area, stop in and see me -- I'm here most every day, busy napping!
on data provided 8/02 by the South Brevard County Animal Shelter, figures
may vary in other shelters.