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The Ultimate Green Room hits Sundance for its Third YearA Living Lounge Benifiting The Creative Coalition
Park City, UT - Nicole Landers and her team produced another extraordinary event at 2007 Sundance Film Festival with the 3rd annual Ultimate Green Room benefiting The Creative Coalition whose mission is all about having a voice in the arts.
Sundance has been known for showcasing cutting edge independent films, which shape our minds. What a better forum for these green companies to present their eco-friendly products.
The Ultimate Green Room was proud to work along side some of the finest eco companies including Lisa Hall of Green Clean, a conscious cleaning service based in Los Angeles and ambience created by Robert Craymer of RC Greenís eco designs along with an air purifying system provided by Green Nest and Ethos: Investments, an invest company which provides financing for environmental conscious businesses.
Some of the highlights of the Ultimate Green Room included Organic Coffee Company, Wooly Lamb Organics baby line, Green makeovers with Glo Mineral Cosmetic and PureOlogy hair care.
The star studded guests, filmmakers as well as eco taste makers feasted on organic cuisine prepared daily by celebrity Chef Akasha Richmond. Guest also enjoyed Luna Bars, Kashi Products, as well as refreshments by FIJI Water, Organic Tea by Art of Tea, Steaz Organic Green Tea Soda and their brand new Organic Energy Drink
Kristen Bell, William Baldwin, Timothy Hutton, Joe Pantoliano, Nick Nolte, Crispin Glover, Ed Begley Jr., Rachelle Carson, Efren Ramirez, Sharon Lawrence, Brian Tee, and John Paul DeJoria, amongst others all walked away with a Paper nor Plastic eco bag filled with CLEAN a book by Michael De Jong, VerMints- Vermonts Alll Natural Mints, WoodSprite Natural Body Soap, Fox River Socks, Twisted Limb Organic Paper Products, Del Forte Organic Denim along with eco-friendly educational materials.
Gregg Schwenk is a writer, educator, and entrepreneur. He reports on a number of various subjects including: film, art, technology and politics. Mr. Schwenk is an adjunct professor at CSUF's Center for Entertainment and Tourism located in Orange County, California. He is also a consultant and advisor to several entertainment and technology firms. In 2005, Mr. Schwenk was appointed by the US Secretary of Commerce, to the District Export Council. He has a BA from the University of California, Berkeley and completed the Advanced Management Program at USC.
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