Arts Centre Gold Coast upgrades their outdoor ashtrays to No BuTTs Eco-Pole Wall & Post-mounted Ashtrays

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Arts Centre Gold Coast now using No BuTTs Eco-Pole Wall & Post-mounted AshtraysArts Centre Gold Coast is the latest venue to upgrade their old ashtrays to No BuTTs award winning Eco-Pole Wall & Post-mounted Ashtrays.

Arts Centre Management confirmed their order for Eco-Pole Ashtrays with some of the Eco-Poles destined for installations at new locations and the balance intended to replace the existing obselete ashtrays currently installed.

"We're really pleased that The Arts Centre Gold Coast has selected No BuTTs Eco-Pole Ashtrays as part of their multi-million dollar upgrade." said No BuTTs Managing Director, Jack Jacobson.

Arts Centre Gold Coast's Eco-Pole Ashtrays
"It's also interesting to note that like the ACGC, more customers every week are not only installing Eco-Pole Ashtrays in new locations, they're also taking the opportunity to get rid of old obselete ashtrays that often cause more problems than they solve, and upgrade them to Eco-Poles as well.

"The ashtrays that we had weren't actually that old at all but like many other wall and post ashtrays, they had an open flat top that allowed people to use them as rubbish bins and put papers and wrappers etc into them and as a result these ashtrays were constantly either smouldering or often actually catching fire - which was totally unacceptable." said Paul, Cleaning Supervisor for Arts Centre Gold Coast.

It's not hard to see why Eco-Pole Ashtrays are now the world's best selling Wall & Post-mounted Ashtrays."The thing we really like about the Eco-Pole Ashtrays is that they have an angled top and small butts only holes that basically eliminate the ability to put anything other than cigarette butts into them, which is exactly what we need."

The Arts Centre is the Gold Coast's premier cultural facility, bringing visual and performing arts to residents of South East Queensland.

The complex houses the Arts Theatre, Gold Coast City Gallery, two Cinemas and the Arts Cafe as well as several stunning function rooms, a chapel and two small performance spaces.

 Arts Centre Gold Coast at night
It was officially opened in December 1986 and is owned and managed by the Gold Coast City Council. With a second name change, it then became the ‘Gold Coast Arts Centre’ and this name remained until March 2010.

In March 2010, the Gold Coast Arts Centre was renamed, rebranded, refurbished and relaunched as The Arts Centre Gold Coast, as part of an ongoing change of strategic direction. The Arts Centre Gold Coast (TAC) is a registered trading name of Gold Coast Arts Centre Pty Ltd.

Over 100 locations a week are replacing their old, obselete or inferior designed wall & post mounted ashtrays with No BuTTs Eco-Pole Ashtrays.

  By No BuTTs & Arts Centre Gold Coast [19th May 2014]


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