Contact: Eva Nielson, President Address: 8919 S. Green St. Chicago, Il 606020 Phone: 773-‐269-‐7557 SMALL BUSINESS ANNOUNCMENT Friday-‐ October 4, 2013 Public Announcement: GAIA MOVEMENT USA HELPS IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR PEOPLE ALL AROUND THE WORLD! October 4, 2013 (CHICAGO)-‐ Come support The GAIA Movement, a non-‐profit organization that helps improve the quality of life for people around the world. GAIA provides a triple benefits by diverting the clothes from landfills, giving less fortunate people the possibility to own quality clothes for less and donating the surplus funds from that program to communities and projects in the developing world. Part of GAIA’s mission is to collect all unwanted clothing and it is reused or recycled. Known for their trademark “GREEN” collection boxes are placed at businesses and locations in Chicago for people to conveniently make their donations. th
Friday, October 4 , The Chicago City of Treasure’s Small Business Entrepreneur Expo will take place. It is the largest gathering of entrepreneurs in all of Chicago. The GAIA Movement will be located at Roosevelt and Halsted.
Please join us and bring items that can be reused, re-‐worn or recycled! The event will be one of the most important days for achievement among the Chicago Business Community. The event attracts over 3,000 attendees, features 30 valuable business workshops, and exhibits more than 120 local businesses. Clothing will be collected at the EXPO and donated to organizations that help people with wardrobes for work and business. This event is completely FREE and includes a free lunch for all exhibitors and attendees.
The GAIA Movement is a charitable organization devoted to educating people from all over the world about the importance of environmental issues and sustainability. Founded in Illinois in 1999, GAIA has since expanded its operations. The non-‐profit organizations goal is simply to promote environmental awareness, to educate the public about current alarming issues, and to provide support for environmental programs on both a local and a global scale. Visit www.gaia-‐movementusa.org to learn more about donations and helping solve environmental problems.
For more information or questions please call Eva Nielsen, President (773) 269-‐7557