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Announcing Philadelphia’s First Vegan Multi-Cultural Expo
The Plant-Based Power Expo will be held on Saturday 10/10/2020 in Northwest Philadelphia (Mt. Airy) at New Covenant Church, 7500 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19119, which has a congregation of more than 1000 African Americans.
This event will be $15 in advance, $20 at the door with special pricing for groups, special circumstances and a number of free tickets available (more info later). We hope to register at least 1,000, and hope to have more! We have room for them in a beautiful 1500 seat sanctuary.
Friday night will be a musical extravaganza pre-party designed to create a sense of community and interconnectedness, and also foster the sense that making a change to a plant-based diet is a reflection that “we’re all in this together”– for our own and our family’s health, the animals and the Earth.
The theme for the Expo is “Come as You Are and Change the World.” The sub-theme for the Expo is compassion, and we will be showcasing that idea in a variety of ways.
Mission of the Expo:
If you know of anyone, including YOU, who could help us fill these roles, please reply to this email, forward this email, or have them contact us.
TECH SUPPORT: website builders, social media experts, videographers, and graphic designers. WHO can help us get the word out in a BIG way? We need this help ASAP to design a logo and create an awesome and organized website We’ve already got a great website template that can lead the way.
VOLUNTEERS: individuals who’d help out on the day of to make sure everything goes smoothly, such as help with parking, greeters at the door, directors to organize the large crowd, registration, lunch service (to be provided), and clean up crew (mostly provided by our host).
VENDOR/SPONSOR TEAM: who can help us brainstorm, find and recruit vendors and sponsors who will add value to this event? How to do outreach and present this opportunity to them in the best way? Vendors and sponsors will be financing this event, so it can be provided for free to the public.
YOUNG PEOPLE’s TEAM: who can help us reach out to local universities/colleges/students—some of our most important attendees–as their education, political power and food choices will affect all of us for decades to come. How do we engage, involve and benefit them?
GOODIE TEAM: are there give aways/product samples that are out there that could be provided to attendees to enhance and add value to their experience? How do we find these goodies and organize them to best effect?
We look forward to hearing from you and enjoying your enthusiasm for contributing this event!