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Danny Seo Is The Next Martha Stewart–No, Seriously.

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snipshot_arbe1d83l.jpgThe San Francisco Chronicle has a great article on one of our fav green celebs, Danny Seo; comparing him to a future green version of Martha Stewart. Host of ‘Simply Green’ and a million other roles, Danny is known as ‘da man’ to turn to if you’re looking for advice on going green. From the article,

“He has appeared on “Live With Regis and Kelly,” “Today” and “Oprah.” He was named on People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People” list, as well as business newspaper Crain’s New York Business’ “40 Under 40.” Not only is he an expert in his field, but he may also be the only person doing what he does.

Which is why it’s so hard to pinpoint a title for him.

“When you do your taxes, there’s a box that asks for your occupation,” he said. “I usually put ‘author,’ but I guess I see myself as a teacher. I teach people about the green lifestyle — including home, garden, food, entertaining and fashion.”

Congrats to Danny! Your star is rising. All we ask is a few autographs to sell on Ebay to support Ecorazzi once our $20 in funding runs out.

For more info on Seo, check out his site!

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