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Go Green Expo dates and expansion announced

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14th July 2014

Go Green Expo dates and expansion announced

NZ’s largest eco expo is now coming to Christchurch in 2015

With the buoyancy of Christchurch’s economy as of late the Go Green Expo team have decided it is the right time to launch their successful show into the Christchurch market.

The Go Green Expo showcases everything you need for better living - Discover exciting new choices at NZ’s largest organic and sustainable living show!
Learn, try and buy from selected, genuine eco-brands from start ups to thriving NZ businesses

“We are looking forward to bringing the show to the people of Christchurch and working with local businesses to create a great showcase event” said Damien Hochberg

The expo will take place across NZ in 2014 and 2015 with the dates and cities as per the below


Wellington - November 8th & 9th 2014
Auckland - April 16th & 17th 2015
Christchurch - August 15th & 16th 2015

ENDS.


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