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Annual Go Green Expo Will Feature Captain Paul Watson

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The annual Go Green Expo is the nation’s premiere green business and sustainable lifestyle show; with over 200 eco-friendly booths, green celebrity guests, and industry leaders aiming to educate about going green in all aspects of your life.

The event is returning to Los Angeles this year and will be held from April 15th-17th at the Convention Center. And if you’re an LA resident or plan on visiting, you can expect eco-friendly celeb speakers like Captain Paul Watson of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, author/actress Mariel Hemingway, co-star of the Planet Green series “Living with Ed,” Ed Begley Jr., and author Eric Corey Freed.

Aside from the fabulous speakers and green booths to browse, you can also look forward to an eco-film festival, a pet expo with eco-products and and speakers, a kids pavilion with free yoga for your little ones, a rock climbing wall, the latest in hybrid transportation on display, and perhaps best of all will be the green wine and food pavilion where you can sample all of the green treats available.

If you’d like to check out the Go Green Expo you can purchase tickets online here or when you arrive at the show (it’s only $15 for a full weekend pass, $10 for students and seniors, and free for kids under 12). And the cost of the ticket will get you into the event and provide access to the entire exhibitor floor, all panel and speaker discussions and film presentations.

We’ll be there, will you?

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