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Dicaprio, Bloom and Bosworth: An Organic Schmorgesborg

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Are you celebrity obsessed? Down with eco-snazzy living? If you answered yes to both of those questions then don’t miss this event!! Global Green is having their third annual Gorgeous And Green party in sunny San Francisco on December 18th, 2007. This soiree sounds moy excellente, boasting such impressive amenities as an organic cocktail bar, VIP lounges (yes, plural) and Eco-Spa Treatments, all under one cozy, LEED certified, environmentalist roof.

Celebrity partygoers attending in the past have included Leonardo DiCaprio, Edward Norton, Kate Bosworth, Orlando Bloom and other “surprise” guests. Will you be among them this year? Tickets are still available and if you’re ready to drop a pretty penny in the name of mama earth, then grab that organic granola, jump in your biodiesel, solar powered car and head on over to The Global Green website to reserve your place among those elite Hollywood A-Listers. Because after all, the best pairing for a glass of primo, biodynamic wine is some snuggle space next to a primo, biodynamic celebrity. Oh yeah, and tell them I’m still waiting for my VIP invitation. It must have gotten lost in the mail.

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