NEW CANAAN, CT – For Immediate Release, September 10, 2010:
The 2011 Chevrolet VOLT will make its first official public appearance at the Live Green CT expo on September 18th and 19th!
Live Green Connecticut! will promote living green with a focus on education, sustainability, caring for the environment and our natural resources.
This event will bring together a wide variety of ‘green’ information and present it simply at an entertaining community gathering that will be fun for the whole family!
September 18, 2010
10:00am – 4:00pm
September 19, 2010 ***KARL Chevrolet Staff will be there to greet you!***
11:00am – 4:00pm
100% of Every $5 Car Fee goes directly to the selected Environmental and Conservation Organizations!
BREAKING NEWS! THE CHEVY VOLT WILL BE SHOWCASED AT LIVE GREEN CONNECTICUT!
Come join us September 18th-19th in Norwalk!
Celebrate and learn to ‘Live Green’ at our two day fun filled festival for all ages!
Enjoy great food, eco-shopping, music, environmental speakers and exhibits!
See and experience businesses that are showcasing their new technology to positively impact our lives and environment. Come away with tips and ideas that will save you money!
Let’s all Live Green Connecticut!
Norwalk Mayor Richard A. Moccia recently commented:
“The merger between economic development and environmental responsibility has become an indispensable part of our culture and economy. Live Green Connecticut advances the knowledge and wherewithal for citizens at every stage of the process to become actively, ethically and productively involved in this effort and as Mayor of Norwalk, I am proud that during the Live Green Connecticut Festival, our City will be the focal point of this important work.”
Here are just a few of the areas of interest that will be covered:
Green Building, Design, Architecture
Green Building Products & Services
Green Office Supplies
Eco-friendly Interior Design
Wind, Solar & Water Exhibits
Sustainable Energy Technologies
LANDSCAPE & GARDEN CENTERS:
Eco-friendly Landscaping, Lawn Care & Design
Garden Center ‘Green Thumb’ Products, Supplies & Ideas
FOOD & BEVERAGES:
Food & Beverages that appeal to everyone!
Alternative Fuel & Hybrid Vehicles
Eco-Friendly & Sustainable Transportation
Human Powered Transport
GREEN – OTHER:
Green Careers & Education
Green Pet Products & Supplies
Green Cooking & Cookware
Eco-Friendly Waste & Disposal Management
Environmentally Conscious Community Involvement
GREEN KID’S ACTIVITIES:
Nature Center Exhibits
Marine Ecology Exhibits
Entertainment – Strolling & Stage
HEALTH & WELLNESS:
Health & Wellness Businesses
EDUCATION & SPEAKERS:
Environmental & Conservation Speakers
Money-Saving & Tax Incentive Idea Speakers
LEED Certified Speakers
ECO-ART & FASHION:
Eco-Friendly Products & Services
Eco Fashion Designers
Location & Directions:
Taylor Farm Park – 45 Calf Pasture Beach Road, Norwalk, CT 06855
From New York/Stamford: Take I-95 North to Exit 16. Turn right at the end of the ramp onto East Ave.
From New Haven: take I-95 South to Exit 16. Turn left at the end of the ramp onto East Ave.
From Danbury, Waterbury and Hartford: Take I-84 to Route 7 South, toward Norwalk. Stay on Rt. 7 and eventually you will reach the connector to I-95. Follow signs to I-95 North and take Exit 16. Turn right at the end of the ramp onto East Ave.
From all directions:
Follow the blue signs to Calf Pasture Beach (“Beach Area”) and the green signs to Live Green Connecticut! Follow East Avenue. After you go under the railroad trestle, you will see a cemetery on the left. Take a left after the cemetery onto Cemetery Street/CT -136N. Turn slight right onto Gregory Blvd. Turn left onto Marvin Street, at the Rotary. Turn right onto Calf Pasture Beach Road. Taylor Farm Park will be on the left, just before Calf Pasture Beach. You will be directed to the Parking Area.
For more information on the all-new 2011 Chevrolet VOLT, coming to life in November 2010, visit KARL Chevrolet’s GoGreen! pages.
LiveGreenCT! is organized by an independant organization….
Live Green Connecticut!
P.O. Box 59
Old Greenwich, CT 06870
Scot B. Weicker