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November 2009: Austin Meeting at Austin Yoga School

Developing and Communicating Marketing Messages for Green Businesses” Workshop & Panel Discussion on Sustainable Transportation Modes

Wednesday, November 18th            Hosted by: Austin Yoga School

Our “Teams of Six” Networking Groups*engaged in a workshop on “Developing and Communicating Marketing Messages for Green Businesses”.   

Thomas Butler, Board Chair of Austin CarShare also works at the Downtown Austin Alliance as the Director of the Transportation and Streetscapes Program.  Austin CarShare is the first car sharing program in Texas.

Mr. Butler was joined by Justin Murrill and Jenny Nazak to lead a sustainable transportation discussion. 

Ecstatic Cuisine provided delicious vegetarian finger foods including their Roasted Garlic Hummus, Homemade Traditional Babaganoush, Smoked Turkish Tomato Salad, Arabian Spiced Pita Chips & Much More!

Theo Chocolate  was there with the only Organic, Fair Trade, Bean-to-Bar Chocolate Factory in the United States!

SESA Teas Amazing, refreshing, handcrafted tea blends, organic and fair trade.

*What are the “Teams of Six”?

Many people comment that networking events can be kind of a free-for-all with limited opportunity to make real connections.  The Texas Green Network’s Teams-of-Six give attendees an opportunity to make 5 new friends and real connections in a stimulating and fun environment.

When you arrive, you will find sign-in sheets with only six blanks on each.  Look for names you do not know, sign in and sit down right away with your new team.  The event activities will be a surprise but don’t be surprised to make a few new business colleagues. 

Your passion for your business and for the issues important to you comes out when working in one of our Teams-of-Six.   Our common passion is one reason why great connections are made at the Texas Green Network.

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