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Fredericksburg, TX, United States, 2009/07/14 - 10th Annual Renewable Energy Roundup & Green Living Fair Fredericksburg, Texas--At the largest green gathering in the South, leaders of renewable energy & green businesses have the opportunity to speak at this year's eco friendly event.
At the largest green gathering in the South, leaders of renewable energy businesses have the opportunity to speak to potential clients. At the 10th Annual Renewable Energy Roundup & Green Living Fair over 7500 people gather annually to explore products and technology that is sustainable, renewable, recyclable and geared to offering green-living choices. The Roundup offers free talks that educate the public on all aspects of sustainability from solar energy, geothermal, wind and other renewable energy source products to water harvesting and other sustainable devices. Sharing your expertise promotes your business while educating the public. Speakers are selected based on subjects that round out the program. There is no cost for speakers, but it is necessary to fill out an application by July 30th.
The Renewable Energy Roundup & Green Living Fair features:
• Practical informative workshops;
• Eco Friendly Exhibits and Products;
• Family friendly atmosphere and kid’s learning activities;
• Live music, New Belgium beer & ales for sale;
• Healthy cooking demos;
• Natural, organic food café.
Put this green lifestyle activity on your calendar for Friday, September 25th through Sunday, the 27th. The Roundup (theroundup.org) is located at Market Square in downtown Fredericksburg, Texas and costs $10 on Friday or Sunday, $12 on Saturday while children under 12 are free. There is also a 3-day pass available for $20.
Texas Renewable Energy Roundup & Green Living Fair is co-organized by:
• Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association
• Texas Solar Energy Society.
Proceeds will benefit TREIA and TXSES, two non-profits that strive to increase the understanding and awareness of renewable energy applications and promote their wide use. Major sponsorship is provided by the Texas State Energy Conservation Office.