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Timberland Gives Celebrities Green Tips at Bonnaroo 2007

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Several little birdies have told us that Bonnaroo 2007 was a great success. The annual green music festival held in Tennessee once again rocked out with incredible entertainers and eco-friendly initiatives designed to inspire and educate. Live Earth ain’t the only gig out there working to make a difference in the music industry.

Among the groups gathered to take advantage of the swelling crowds, clothing and footwear company Timberland enjoyed a great deal of attention from the celebrity scene. Those who visited their booth included Ben Harper, Elisha Cuthbert, Regina Spektor, Aziz Ansari, Lewis Black, David Cross, Alexa Ray Joel, and many more. Why all the V.I.P. love? Timberland was dishing out green tips, new gear, and vowing to plant a tree for every person that stopped by. Not bad. Elisha and Regina loved their Luminari Ainsley Thong (it’s a shoe), while Ben and members of The Roots sported the Mount Rainier Oxford all weekend. For a look at their full range of gear, you can visit their site here. Click on the images below to expand.

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