Think Social, Drink Local

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I was asked to put together this promo for Think Social, Drink Local 2010, NYU Stern‘s hottest party of the year, hosted by the Social Enterprise Association:

This year’s party is Friday, March 5th at the historic Altman Building.  It features four hours of open bar provided by local and eco spirit sponsors, raffles and giveaways donated by local social entrepreneurs, and an eco-fashion show outfitted by local sustainable designers.

Be sure to check out all the sponsors:

  • Crop Organic Vodka offers USDA Certified Organic, artisanal (like cucumber) vodkas
  • Brooklyn Brewery, NYC’s biggest local brewer, currently has 16 different beers
  • c. marchuska makes chic and sustainable clothing at affordable prices
  • Garbage of Eden ‘upcycles’ plastics from around New York City to design accessories
  • Recession Rags opts against producing new cloth and forages the city’s garment districts looking for unused vintage fabrics
  • Posture Magnetic makes quality design using sustainable methods of production and transportation
  • Alternative Apparel employs strict ethical labor and environmental guidelines for choosing vendors throughout the supply chain
  • Indego Africa returns 100% of profits from sales of Fair Trade handicrafts to its artisan partners AND invests in long-term skills development
  • Mociun delivers sustainable jewelry
  • Tribal Societe sources jewelry and clothing from artisans throughout the developing world, and donates a portion of sales to the Global Fund for Women
  • Edun is building a community-based value chain in the production of its clothing, with a focus on Africa
  • Green Apple Cleaners dry cleans using Liquid CO2, a method that is highly regarded as the most benign to human health and the environment
  • Green Map provides a collaborative mapmaking platform to let communities around the world promote their local sustainability
  • Peeled Snacks uses only high-quality natural and organic ingredients in its fruit and nut snacks, available in many stores.  You may have seen them at Starbucks
  • Nunu Chocolates makes totally natural, handmade-to-order chocolates out of Brooklyn

Posted on February 16th 2010 in events, OrgWatch

One Response to “Think Social, Drink Local”

  1. e. Says:

    nice! this looks fun.

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