Almost every year Sarah for the past eight years, I’ve volunteered for Radio 92.9’s Earthfest. This is by far my favorite volunteer project because of the following:
A. It’s such a great way to celebrate the earth
B. The bands are killer talent and I love live music
C. The people are unbelievably nice
D. TheÂ ambiance at the event Â is unparalleled.
This year, like every year I’ve volunteered, Whole Foods sponsored the event.Â Could there be a better sponsor wholesale nba jerseys than Whole Foods? No, not only are they the ideal sponsor because of their company’s mission, but they’re wildly generous. They find tons of volunteers to work booths, pick up trash,Â direct the masses (that’s just a few duties), butÂ they’re really fabulous because their tent has so such sweet swag. Swag always includes food, environmentally friendly goodies like backpacks, hand-sanitizer, coupons and tons more.
Beyond Whole Foods and their stellar particpation, every organization there is working to im make our Mother Earth more sustainable and clean. Zipcar, MassBike, AppleGate and StonyfieldÂ were just a few of theÂ vendorsÂ in attendance. If you haven’t made it to Earthfest before, then I highly encourage youÂ make time to celebrate the earth with good music,Â good energy and free goodies with some friends and family.
Killer bands this 3D year included the following –Â in their respectiveÂ performanceÂ order:
1. GroundUp – the Battle of the Bands cheap nba jerseys winner this year.
2. AtomicTom – Down-to-earth and talented band
4. OkGo – Famous hits like “Get over it” and award-winning, viral treadmill music video “Here it comes”
5. Ed Kowalczky- Lead singer of uber famous band, Live.
Â Huge congratulations and thank you goes out to Radio92.9, Whole Foods, the vendors, Mother Nature forÂ producingÂ the beautiful sunny dayÂ and all of the volunteers to made this Ð¨Ð°Ð»ÐµÐ½ÐºÐ¸Ð½Ð° event a success.