Celebrate The Planet With Earth911 At Earth Day Texas

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earthdaytexasSince every day is Earth day at Earth911, for three days straight we’re going to be educating others on the importance of eco-conscious living at Earth Day Texas – April 24-26 at Fair Park.  Admission is free and everyone is welcome so if you live in the North Texas area, please stop by our booths – 3216 and 3218.  We’ll have lots of information, giveaways and product showcases so you won’t want to miss this opportunity!

Our President, Jeff Cheney, will even be speaking on both Saturday and Sunday.  Stop by and hear from Jeff on;

  • Saturday, April 25th at 11:30 – ‘West Stage’ in the Automobile building
  • Sunday, April 26th at Noon – ‘West Stage’ in the Automobile building

Family-friendly and free-admission, Earth Day Texas is an annual that allows leaders in the corporate, academic and non-profit worlds to unite and show Texans how green lifestyle choices can lower their cost of living, improve their health, and help save the environment. In year’s past, the annual event has had;

  • 750,000 square feet of both indoor and outdoor event space
  • 1,000 exhibitors
  • 75,000 anticipated guests

The heart of the festival is the Eco Expo where exhibitors will use their presence to promote their achievements as green leaders, and teach attendees how to take environmentally responsible action by better utilizing available resources, switching to eco-friendly products, or joining their organizations.

Earth Day Texas is produced by Earth Day Texas, Inc. (“EDTx”), a Dallas, Texas-based nonprofit organization with a 501(c)(3) aimed at influencing the way Texans think, live, and work by elevating environmental awareness.

Still not convinced? Check out this overview video from last year’s event.  NOTE – This video recaps 2014 and includes 2014 dates.  THIS years event is April 24-26, 2015.

Feature image courtesy of Fluidity Design

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Chase Ezell

Chase has served in various public relations, communications and sustainability roles. He is a former managing editor for Earth911.com.