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Win Passes to the Green Living Show!


The GreenLiving Show is this weekend, and if you’re interested in making your life a little greener, then this is the show for you.  GreenLiving concentrates on practical and doable lifestyle changes that help the environment, even if it’s just a little.

The Green Living Show is Canada’s largest green consumer show dedicated to educating the public about easy and workable solutions for leading a sustainable lifestyle. Visitors can shop the wide variety of exhibitor booths while gathering information and inspiration from a diverse selection of demonstrations, presentations, and activities.

SAVE THE DATE! April 15-17, 2011
The Green Living Show is Canada’s largest green consumer show dedicated to educating the public about easy and workable solutions for leading a sustainable lifestyle. Visitors can shop the wide variety of exhibitor booths while gathering information and inspiration from a diverse selection of demonstrations, presentations, and activities.

GreenLiving has given us 5 pairs of show passes to give away to our readers – and all you have to do to be entered into the draw is tweet about this post on twitter!

Just like our Twitter 5000 contest, we’ve set this up so all you need to do to enter the contest is spread the word about it.

IMPORTANT – You can enter the giveaway until MIDNIGHT on WED. APR. 13. As well – the tickets will be downtown (College and Yonge) area, and you’ll NEED to be able to PICK THEM UP from me on Thursday, as the Show starts on Friday… so, short notice. :)

Just click Pay with a Tweet below to enter!!
 

(if you are not on twitter – send me an email at joe@bikingtoronto.com to enter)

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