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'Ecoman' entertains at Steve Wrigley 'eco drinks'

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'Ecoman' Malcolm Rands entertains at Steve Wrigley 'eco drinks'

The official Wellington release of ECOMAN by Malcolm Rands at Green Drinks

28 September 2013

Wellington, NZ - 7Days star Steve Wrigley is hosting Green Drinks Wellington - an 'eco drinks' charity and networking function. Attending this event on the stunning Wellington waterfront will be Malcolm Rands, co-founder of the incredibly successful brand ecostore, who earlier this month launched his memoir 'Ecoman: From a garage in Northland to a pioneering global brand'. Chris Morrison, co-founder of All Good Banana's and Phoenix Organics, will speak on his success using green business initiatives. Green Drinks Wellington will be catered by Meow and Moana Park wines, with exciting prize giveaways and silent auctions expected throughout the evening - with all profits supporting conservation 'greats' Sustainable Coastlines and Forest & Bird.

Supporting Sustainable Coastlines and Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society.

Green Drinks Wellington is a precursor to the Go Green Expo commencing the following day, showcasing ‘organic and eco-friendly’ alternatives to products and services. The evening has been generously sponsored by popular Wellington restaurant Logan Brown, boutique winery Moana Park of Hawkes Bay and corporate gift specialists Tree Gifts. The incredibly funny 2008 Billy T Award winner and 7Days star Steve Wrigley will end the night on a comedic high, sending guests home with a belly full of laughs and unique networking memories of the Green Drinks premier.

“Green Drinks offers the general consumer exposure to products that are a better alternative, while providing a fun networking evening with an eco-friendly twist”.

All this fun for charity can be found down at The Boatshed, Wellington on Friday 11th October, 2013.
See you there!

Tickets are on sale now.

For ticketing information go to www.greendrinks.co.nz

Visit us at www.greendrinks.co.nz or on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/#!/greendrinkswgt

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