Cocktails in the Hamptons with sustainability folks? Sign us up!
Join the American Sustainable Business Council at the Hamptons Players Club for an evening of cocktails and farm-to-table hors d’oeuvres as they discuss a “Window Into a More Just Economy” with featured speaker Jeffrey Hollender, founder of Seventh Generation and an ASBC founding partner. Amy Hall, Director of Social Consciousness at Eileen Fisher and ASBC co-founder and executive director, David Levine will also be part of the evening’s talk.
The American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC) is the leading coalition of businesses and business networks committed to creating a vision and framework that advances policies to support a vibrant and sustainable economy. Founded in 2009, ASBC and its organizational members represent more than 100,000 businesses and more than 300,000 individual entrepreneurs, owners, executives, investors and business professionals across the United States. As the business community’s national policy advocate for sustainability, ASBC informs and engages business leaders, while educating policy makers and the media about the need for a sustainable economy.
WHERE: The Hamptons Players Club, 103 Montauk Highway, East Hampton, NY 11937
WHEN: Saturday, August 18th
TIME: 5:00PM – 8:00PM
TICKETS: $25.00 here
10% of proceeds will benefit women’s leadership in business and economic development.
For Reservations call: (631) 324-1663
The Evening’s Sponsors include:
American Sustainable Business Council
Hamptons Players Club
Artist Bobbi Van will also be showing her artwork with 10% of all sales going to Women’s Leadership in Business and Education.