Friday, March 28, 2008

Call to Authors for Sustainability, Smart Growth, and Environmental Economy

Dear Friends:

Building Open Opportunity Structures Together (BOOST) is looking for a sponsor for our exhibitor space at Heritage Days 2008. In addition, BOOST is seeking authors of books, articles, magazines, and literature (non-fiction, fiction, children’s, young readers’, academic, and mass market) to do a brief presentation(s), display and sign copies of their books/publications, and enjoy the festivities at Trenton’s 30th annual Heritage Days celebration on Saturday and Sunday, June 7 and 8 and at Classics Used and Rare Books book fair.

That weekend, we will be launching our year-long series of public awareness forums and community capacity building workshops, Green, Smart, and Sustainable Stakeholder Education and Training (GSS-SET) at New Jersey’s largest outdoor festival which draws upwards of 25,000 people into the area around the Garden State’s Capitol Complex.

Would you be interested in sponsoring our exhibitor/vender space and share exhibitor space on-site at the festival and market your publications related services to HD Festival attendees in the following topical areas (but not limited to):

* Conscientious Commerce;
* Ecological Design;
* Environmental Education;
* Environment & the Economy;
* Gardening & Cooking for Sustainability;
* Green Building;
* Natural Building & Open Space Preservation;
* Progressive Leadership;
* Renewable Energy;
* Smart Growth;
* Sustainable Living;
* Sustainable Community Design;
* Whole Ecocoligal Design;

Authors have a near-captive audience to market their books and related services, both at the HD Festival as well as at our partner bookstore. This event will falls on the heals of BOOST being featured the May edition of New Jersey and Company Magazine, which is focusing on our Capitol Region that month!

Please contact us to sponsor a booth(s), speak briefly, and sign your books at our festival staging site and at Classics Used and Rare Books, sign and sell you books. You can enjoy Heritage Days weekend with the thousands of citizens in the tri-state area. We can be reached at (206) 202-2883 at our voice and fax center and by email at If you would like to know more about our organization, please visit our blog at and feel free to book-mark our web site, which is under construction.


Timothy A. Razzaq – 3/28/08

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