Friday, March 30, 2012

Green vendors needed for Earth Day Festival.

Are you an environmentally friendly business or service looking for a great opportunity to connect with like-minded customers and Milton families? Then you need to be a part of the Fourth Annual Earth Day Festival, held at Milton’s Birmingham Park April 21 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

This festival, organized by Milton Grows Green (MGG) and City of Milton, is part of Milton’s efforts to increase environmental awareness in the community and will include entertainment, horse-drawn carriage and pony rides, inflatable hamster balls, a rock wall, one-of-a-kind crafts and unique environmental games.

As a green vendor, you’ll be joined by similar businesses and services and receive free food from local eateries. Already signed up as vendors are:

Action Specialty Carts
Alpharetta Outfitters
Atlanta Audubon Society
Boy Scout Troop 3000
Canine Assistants
Children’s Healthcare of Forsyth
Clean Air Campaign
Comfort Zone/Dumpster Co.
Core Physique
Ed Isakson/Alpharetta Family YMCA
Electric/hybrid Car Club
Energy USA
Girl Scouts of the USA
Greenstone Recycled Stone Products
Home Depot: Green Products
Home Depot: Children’s Building Project
Karate Atlanta
Milton Chiropractic and Massage
Milton Garden Club, sponsored by Scottsdale Farms
Milton Horse Council
Northwestern Middle School
North Fulton Department of Voter Registration and Elections
Norwey Enviro Products
Red Wheel Farm
Republic Services
Roswell Pediatrics
Solar Energy USA
Tower Garden and Juice Plus
Upper Chattahoochee Riverkeepers
Verizon: Hopeline Program

“We are participating again as a sponsor this year because we thought it was a great community event, said Paige Monette Anderson of Optech, which is also a partner with the City of Milton. “Last year, our company volunteered time to drive the tractor. Hundreds of families came out to enjoy all the great activities Milton Grows Green and the city coordinated to celebrate Earth Day.”

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or vendor, please click here to download a packet of information.

For directions to 200-acre, rustic Birmingham Park, click here.

For more information, contact Cindy Eade, environmental Sustainability Coordinator, at or 678.242.2509.

The Third Annual Earth Day Festival is sponsored by the Peggy Still School of Music, Optech, Republic Services, Comfort Zone Portables, Walmart, Home Depot, Verizon Wireless, Children's Healthcare of Forsyth and Action Specialty Carts.

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