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Ecorazzi Wants To Help Whole Foods Make Your Kid A Star!

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Are you between the ages of 8-17? Do you have a passion for green living? Wanna be a podcast star?

Whole Foods Market is looking for fresh faces (and voices) with big ideas on how to “green” their family, neighborhood, school and more to host an exclusive new series of video podcasts called Whole Earth Generation. Whole Earth Generation is an original online series of 10-minute shows created for kids by kids to help raise awareness for the environment. The chosen correspondent will be one of six from around the country selected to host an episode of the weekly series, which premieres on March 11, 2008 and runs through April Earth Month.

Think you know a tyke that has the stuff to rock the mic?  Well if you live in (or around) New York City, get your osh-gosh-bgoshs down to the 95 E. Houston St. Whole Foods tomorrow between the hours of 10am-2pm for an opportunity to audition face-to-face with a panel of eco-minded judges — one of which being…ME!  That’s right ya’ll.  Your very own Ecorazzi blogger, Parrish, will be making an appearance at the Lower East Side Whole Foods tomorrow morning to help choose the face of the next Whole Earth Generation.

Don’t live in NYC? No sweat Pollyanna.  Visit youtube.com/wholefoodsmarket and enter an online video submission!  


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