Documentary film debut in Dallas

I'm helping get the word out on a film that I think would greatly interest your group. Unacceptable Levels is the story of the chemicals in our bodies, how they got there, and what we can do about it.

www.unacceptablelevels.com - check out the trailer and the list of experts involved in this project, including Ralph Nader, the Rainforest Action Network and dozens of other biologists and experts in their respected fields. There is a one night screening in Dallas on January 30th, 7:30 pm. Tickets have sold out once and are close to selling out again (moved us to a larger room). But if we have a waiting list of those who would like to see it, we can add a second or even third event night. We have a panel of experts that will speak after the film including Susan Pollard of the TX Honeybee Guild, a fracking expert, and two executive producers of the film, one from California and one from the U.K. ALSO, the first 100 through the door will receive a gift bag with coupons and products from green, Organic, Non-GMO Dallas businesses and restaurants. This is an important film that has already begun to turn the tide toward regulating chemicals in a more responsible way. Please share this even with your group. Tickets must be purchased ahead of time through here http://bit.ly/1cWgegS Many Thanks, Liz Smith Organic retailer, Carrollton TX[masked]

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  • Liz Siebenaler S.

    Sarah, it was so nice to have met you! I'm glad you enjoyed it! The turnout was awesome!! And I loved seeing the faces of those that realized the invitation to get to know Neal's Yard Remedies Organic company Saturday night was being passed out by its owner and CEO, Peter Kindersley from London, the executive producer of the film! If you want to try a certified Organic (by the Soil Association UK), GMO-free, Fairtrade/Fairwild, ecofriendly and eco-advocate personal care and essential oil business, come to the Wyndham Dallas Suites- Park Central tomorrow night at 8:00 PM. Several panelists from last night will be there along with hundreds of like-minded folks. It's a free event - you won't be disappointed!

    January 31, 2014

  • Sharon

    This film was very well done and quite an eye opener.

    1 · January 31, 2014

  • Sarah

    Very informative and exciting to be around so many motivated and knowledgable people :)

    1 · January 31, 2014

  • Chad W.

    I studied environmental hydrogeology in undergrad and my first job out of college was with an engineering firm that was remediating contaminated soil and groundwater at U.S. Navy bases. That was 18 years ago and I've had 2 careers since that. I'm now in the process of starting an environmental health consulting company for many of the reasons articulated in this movie's trailer. I've read a few early reviews of this movie from movie critics so I can fill in some of the data voids that aren't explained clearly in the movie. Looking forward to it.

    1 · January 28, 2014

  • Angela

    Sorry to miss this: have to teach. So glad it's happening!

    January 25, 2014

  • Liz Siebenaler S.

    One more thing! The Dirt Doctor Howard Garrett will be there, too!

    January 23, 2014

  • Liz Siebenaler S.

    $11 per ticket - sorry, my yahoo email settings on my phone were not properly set up. Approx. 30 tickets left for this event. I'll be working one of the tables on your way in. Look for me and we'll connect. Any more questions, feel free to call/text[masked]

    January 23, 2014

  • Stefanie

    I'm curious about cost, too.

    January 23, 2014

  • Terry J.

    What is the cost

    January 17, 2014

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