LI Global Warming Summit 9/29/07

The Center for Science Teaching and Learning Presents 
The Long Island Global  Warming Summit 
An Event for Families  
Farmingdale State College, Saturday, September 29, 2007
(516) 764-0045 /  /         

Call for Vendors, Exhibitors, Workshop Presenters, & Sponsors!

On Saturday, September 29, 2007, the Center for Science Teaching and Learning (CSTL) will be hosting the Long Island Global Warming Summit at Farmingdale State College. The Island’s first and only event that focuses on what families can do to stop global warming, the Summit will feature:

* Outdoor alternative energy demonstrations and displays
* Green vendors
* Hands-on workshops for kids
* Film screenings
* And much more!

With an expected attendance of 3- 4,000 visitors, the Summit represents an outstanding opportunity to showcase your company or organization’s commitment to protecting our environment.

Here’s How You Can Get Involved!

Become a Green Vendor: Display and sell your green products and services inside the event. Only $250 for a 10 x 10 space inside!

Be an Exhibitor:  Bring your alternative energy vehicle(s), displays, or set up an outdoor demonstration. All exhibitors will be located outside of the main venue. $2000.  Read more.

Present a Workshop: Present an interactive, hands-on workshop-a great opportunity to engage families on what they can do to stop global warming. Presenters can give one or two one hour sessions. Read more.

Sponsor the Summit: Help support this incredible one-of-a kind event and show your company’s commitment to protecting the environment. Many exciting sponsorship opportunities are available. Read more.

Volunteer: Our amazing volunteers make special events like the Long Island Global Warming Summit possible. If you would like to be a part of this exciting event, please call (516) 764-0045.

The Center for Science Teaching and Learning (CSTL) was founded with the mission of encouraging science literacy and promoting life-long learning.

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