A dedicated reader informed us about the upcoming Southern Green Living Expo which will be held September 14-16 at the US Cellular Center.
From the Expo’s Press Release:
Experience a simpler, more sustainable life at the 1st Annual Southern Green Living Expo. Learn ways to save money and reduce your impact on the Earth. This family-friendly Green Expo in Asheville, North Carolina will feature local and regional businesses, nonprofit organizations, artists, and cutting-edge products that are all working for a more sustainable environment.
The Southern Green Living Expo is presented by Peak Productions LLC and sponsored by the WNC Green Building Council, WNC Alliance, BackHome Magazine and ASAP is dedicated to educating the public about easy and workable solutions for leading a sustainable life. Innovative products, demonstrations and ideas to help fuel the green economy will be showcased at this upcoming expo. Industries featured will include health, wellness, home, automotive, business, décor, fashion and food. Hundreds of exhibitors, workshops and demos will show you how living green can be fun, easy and help save you money.
For people looking to embrace a life of health, wellness, fitness, environmental, and green living, this expo will have something for you. Get information, ideas, resources and products to live healthier. This expo is dedicated to creating awareness of natural, organic, and alternative products, education, nutrition, exercise and the benefits of living a clean, green, and healthy lifestyle.
The Southern Green Living Expo is still accepting applications through July 31, 2011 for exhibitors and sponsors. Contact Diane Stanton at 828.255.2526 for more information.
Where: U.S. Cellular Center / Downtown Asheville, NC
When: Friday, September 14 – 11AM – 6 PM
Saturday, September 15 – 10 AM – 8 PM
Sunday, September 16 – 11 AM – 5 PM
This Expo is probably a pivotal first step in undoing some of the recent legislative blunders the boneheads in Raleigh have recently made in regards to the environment and energy production. Here is a couple Citizen Thymes articles to catch you up on some of those blunders:
So you can attend the Southern Green Living Expo to solve the blunders or take a little environmental advice from Kristen Wigg: