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Green Drinks supports environmental NGOs at charity event

Charity function hosted by Steve Wrigley (7Days)

Supporting Sustainable Coastlines and Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society

Go Green is a new organisation who prides itself on showcasing ‘organic and efficient’ alternatives to products and services. The organisation is hosting an exciting networking function called Green Drinks, with guaranteed organic, sustainable and green living fun! Green Drinks is a precursor to the Go Green Expo, commencing the following day, with profits from the evening event going to charity.

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

While sipping on organic beer & wine, guests will be entertained with an eco-fashion show, Powerhouse guest speakers Malcolm Rands, co-founder of ecostore and TEDx speaker, along with Chris Morrison, entrepreneurial co-founder of Phoenix Organics and co-owner of All Good Banana’s will speak about how to succeed with a green business initiative. The incredibly funny 2008 Billy T Award and 7 Days star Steve Wrigley will also be part of the entertainment line-up.

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

Tickets are on sale now.

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

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

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