Vegan SoulFest 2016
Now in its 3rd year the Vegan SoulFest has grown and is going strong. This year featured many more vendors and presenters. Of course word has traveled about this event, resulting in an increased attendance. There appeard to be much more going on this year than previous; so much so, that I spent my time outdoors among the vendors and attendees. Though I did not partake of any of the indoor presentations, I did not experience a sense of loss. My time was sufficiently filled with learning about vendor products and services, and engaging new and familia acquaintences in rich conversations. I left feeling satisfied at having the Vegan SoulFest experience in a setting of such good energy. I'm looking forward to the Vegan SoulFest 2017.
The Green Expo (advertising)
America’s largest and longest-running sustainability and green living event will return to Washington, D.C. for the 2015 Expo.
Visit the unique marketplace of more than 250 eco-friendly businesses with everything from all-natural body care products and organic clothing
to Fair Trade gifts, solar energy for your home, and a wide selection of vegan, vegetarian, non-GMO, organic and artisanal food and beverage products.
Enjoy test drives of BMW's newest electric/hybrid vehicles, free cooking demos, yoga, activities for kids, inspirational speaker panels, and live music and entertainment.
June 5-7 at the Washington D.C. Convention Center, 801 Mt. Vernon Place, NW. Discount tickets for students, seniors and veterans. Free admission for children under 16 and bicyclists.
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The Vegan SoulFest A Resounding Success - Heru-Ka Anu
The first ever Vegan SoulFest was held to overwhelming success in Baltimore, Maryland. Looking for the next thing to do Naijha Wright and Name partnered on the idea of
the Vegan SoulFest, an event that would encapsulate what they believed in and galvanize force among others to give a bigger life to them.
From their initial announcemetn of the Vegan SoulFest the responses were of excitement and commitment. In short order the sponsorship and vendor support made the event and inevitable success even before the advertising and publicity to the larger community had begun. Read The Story - Click Here