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Alicia Silverstone To Keynote "Green Lounge" Launch

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Alicia Silverstone and EMA‘s Debbie Levin will be the keynote speakers at the invitation-only private launch of Green Lounge, an eco-luxury experience, on November 15th, at Loews Hotel in Santa Monica. Empowerment coach Jason Nelson will also be speaking and the event will be hosted by FOX 11’s Christine Devine and Planet Green’s Darren Moore.

Green Lounge founder and host of Celebrity Soul Nicole Sherwin says, “My vision and the goal of Green Lounge is to create a platform for the thought leaders of the world in the areas of environmentalism, wellness and philanthropy to share ideas and create proactive change in an eco-luxury setting.”

Green Lounge promises to be a luxury social and business-networking platform for celebrities, CEOs and others from the worlds of entertainment, environmentalism, philanthropy and wellness to create broader awareness, network and generate new ideas and contacts in an eco-conscious setting.  There will also be Green Suites for the charities highlighted by the speakers.

This is the first of several scheduled Green Lounge events in the US and abroad.

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