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Energy, water fair seeks exhibitors

TYBEE ISLAND, GA (WTOC) -

The Tybee Island Community Resource Committee is accepting exhibitors' applications for the Tybee Island Water and Energy Fair. There are also a limited number of openings for speakers and workshops.

The signup deadline for speakers is Dec. 1.  The exhibitor deadline is Jan. 1, 2012.
 
The theme of the 2012 fair is "Know Your Impact".  businesses and organizations interested in participating should have products or services that offer methods, techniques and devices to conserve water or energy, or support the mission of the CRC.

More than 30 businesses and organizations participated in the January 2011 event. More than 50 door prizes were awarded including a high-efficiency, low-flow toilet donated by Sandpiper Supply.  

The Energy and Water Fair is sponsored by the city of Tybee Island and the Tybee Island Community Resource Committee. The event aims to educate attendees on how to conserve and reuse community resources.

Local businesses, scientists and organizations will be participating in the event.  

The Tybee Island Community Resource Committee is appointed by the  Tybee Island City Council.  

Those interested should contact Judy Miller at 912.786.7510 or Libby Bacon at Libby@greensourceusa.net.

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