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The Cleveland & Suburbs Raw Vegans Meetup Group Message Board › New Meetup: Eco Tuesday Gardens Under Glass at the Galleria

New Meetup: Eco Tuesday Gardens Under Glass at the Galleria

Sandie A. S.
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Painesville, OH
Announcing a new Meetup for The Cleveland Suburbs Raw Food Meetup Group!

What: Eco Tuesday Gardens Under Glass at the Galleria
When: Tuesday, July 26, 2011 5:30 PM

Where: Galleria at Erieview
1301 East Ninth Street
Cleveland, OH 44114

26th, Tuesday, 5:30pm to 7:30pm: Eco Tuesday: Gardens Under Glass at the Galleria at Erieview, 1301 East 9th Street, Cleveland OH 44114: Attendees have the chance to listen to Champions of whole foods and get involved with key questions and some facilitated discussions to help brainstorm and suggest important next steps. Learn about the movement, connect with one another and get involved! Join Tom Frazier (Living Food Chef), Charles Molina (National Sales Manager of Good'n Raw, Jeremy Koosed (Founder and Owner of Plant Kingdom Bakery), Abe Nabors (National Buyer and Manager Mustard Seed Market), and Michelle Stratton (Founder and Owner of the Flaming Ice Cube). There is a growing conversation on the importance of launching a nutrient dense industry (aka 'raw' foods) here in NEO. The above listed Champions of this initiative are working to effect this economic development engine and opportunity with multi-billion-dollar potential. This will include a great case study of Whole Foods Market (and their latest corporate strategy) and include key insider info related to the whole, live foods industry, seasoned by key insights from these whole food and sustainable business gurus. Together they will explain the key importance of these enzymatically rich foods, alive with energy and capable of great transformations for the health and well being of others. It is a great story emerging before our eyes and well worth hearing! Eco Tuesday is open to everyone and when you register online the fee is only $5. $10 at the door. Free street parking after 6pm. Put a few quarters in the meter and join us for great evening of networking. Register online at­ For more info contact: Sudhir Raghupathy (216-849-8651).

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