Theisen’s Home Farm Auto has partnered with Blue Jeans Go Green™, a denim recycling program, so customers can recycle any type of denim apparel no matter the condition. In return the customer gets a coupon to purchase new denim.

The collected denim is upcycled and turned into UltraTouch™ Denim Insulation, providing a portion of the insulation to communities in need. Organizations who have used this insulation include Habitat for Humanity Homes. More than 2,700,999 square feet of denim insulation has been manufactured. Additionally, this program has kept 750 tons of denim out of landfills.

If you are interested in donating, just bring your denim apparel into any Theisen's store to redeem your coupon. Theisen’s goal is to collect 3,500 items.

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Jordan is the editor of the Jackson County Chronicle. He was born-and-raised in Taylor, Wis. and now he and his family live in Alma Center, Wis. Contact him at 715-284-0085.

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