Greentopia and Rochester Blogger Network Meet-and-Greet
Thursday August 29th 5:30-7:00pm
Greentopia Offices 81 Browns Race, High Falls, Rochester
Snack on some food, sip on a signature "Greentopini" cocktail, get a sneak peek at Greentopia 2013.
Join us for a Meet-and-Greet with Greentopia staff and learn the key to creating a strong personal brand from from Michael Philipson, Board Chair of Friends of the GardenAerial and President of the Philipson Group.
Your personal brand—how you market yourself and your blog—is crucial to your success. It's what makes you stand out in a sea of millions of blogs. Find out the importance of branding your blog, the basics of branding, and get an inside look at how Greentopia and the GardenAerial are branded.
This event is being held EXCLUSIVELY for the Rochester Blogger Network.
Cost: $3 members $5 non-members
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Friends of the GardenAerial and Greentopia are proud to announce Greentopia 2013, held September 10-15th. Greentopia is a project of Friends of the GardenAerial helping to bring people and attention back to High Falls, an utterly unique, world-class site encompassing a waterfall, inside a canyon, inside a city. Since 2011, the festival has grown from a 2-day festival to a 6-day celebration of sustainability - featuring mini "festivals within a festival." Mostly FREE to the public, various special events, like the SHORT COURSES food and film event on September 10th at Good Luck Restaurant and the FUTURES Summit, are ticketed events. The full roster of events over the 6-days includes FILM, FUTURES Summit, MUSIC, DESIGN, and the ever-popular ECOFEST.
“We just couldn’t mount this festival without the incredible community support we receive,” says President of the Philipson Group and Board Chair of Friends of the GardenAerial, Michael Philipson.
Greentopia’s goal is to introduce you to Friends of the GardenAerial, Greentopia and the Greentopia Festival. With your support, we hope to expand awareness of all we are doing to preserve High Falls, attract tourism to Rochester, educate the public and create dialog about sustainability where and how we live.