Free Opportunity to Speak on Healthy Living and Sustainability Tips for Green Living: At the 13th Annual Renewable Energy Roundup & Green Living Fair
FREDERICKSBURG, Texas, June 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Share your tips and expertise with an audience searching for solutions on how to live healthier and more sustainably at the 13th Annual Renewable Energy Roundup & Green Living Fair (The Roundup). Over 5000 people gather annually to explore choices for eco friendly and efficient lifestyles and for a greener, leaner, healthier Texas. Sharing your expertise promotes your business while educating and benefiting the public. There is no cost for speakers but it is necessary to fill out an application by the July 19th deadline online at our website.
The Roundup, events, exhibits and speakers showcase eco-friendly products, green energy services and ideas for healthy, efficient living from a growing number of Texas-wide companies.
- Renewable energy resources; solar, wind, biomass and other resources and services
- Smart Grid solutions available to homeowners now
- Green Building and remodeling
- Sustainable transportation solutions
- Tips for improving health and wellbeing
- Insights on organic gardening, tree care and soil care
- Climate Change innovation
- Texas water conservation and drought solutions
Texans will find a format that is interactive, entertaining and informative.
- Expert panel discussions moderated by local leaders
- Keynote speakers, educational speakers & open mic opportunities
- Product demos
- Healthy cooking demos & natural, organic foods cafe
- Kids' learning activities
For 13 years the Renewable Energy Roundup & Green Living Fair has been a weekend destination for Texans who want a reason to enjoy a fall road trip to the Texas Hill Country. The Roundup has grown over 13 years to be a Texas tradition and is recognized as the largest sustainability fair in the South. Texans seeking healthier lifestyles and those concerned about drought and the environment have come to the Roundup yearly to hear national leaders and local experts; to participate in workshops; and to enjoy creative events. The Roundup takes place annually the last weekend in September. This year The Roundup is September 27 - 29 at Fredericksburg's Market Square, 126 West Main St. in Fredericksburg. Tickets are $10 per day, $12 on Saturday or $25 for a weekend pass.
"The Roundup is a wonderful fall fair where people can enjoy the Texas Hill Country's beautiful outdoor charm while they find out the latest information on healthy living, environmental issues and sustainability," said Cyrus Reed, Conservation Director, Lone Star Chapter, Sierra Club. "My family looks forward to going there again this fall."
The Renewable Energy Roundup is co-organized by Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association (TREIA) and Texas Center for Policy Studies (TCPS). Event proceeds benefit TREIA and TCPS, two non-profits striving to increase understanding and awareness of renewable energy applications and to promote their wide use. For more details logon to www.TheRoundup.org, call 830-997-2350 or email: info@TheRoundup.org.
Debrah Dubay, Dubay Communications
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