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Worskshop encourages businesses to go green
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The Liberty County Convention and Visitors Bureau and Liberty County Chamber of Commerce have announced a “going green” workshop for area businesses, nonprofits and other organizations.
The workshop is at 2:30 p.m. April 9 at 425 W. Oglethorpe Highway.
“We’ve got a variety of information from everyday practices that anyone can use or large-scale renovations that can save thousands of dollars of each month,” said Sara Swida, executive director of Keep Liberty Beautiful. “I can share this information over and over, but hearing how other people have saved money through these practices leaves a much larger impact.”
Speakers scheduled to join Swida include Krystal Hart of the city of Hinesville, Assistant County Administrator Bob Sprinkel and representatives of VIP Promotional Products who will discuss products that can reduce costs and carbon footprints. Hart and Sprinkel will discuss the benefits of going green and modifications that have been successful in both large-scale renovations and small, everyday measures.
Registration for the workshop is required. For more information, call Amanda at 368-4445 or email

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