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newsrel -- MEDIA ADVISORY: Ceremony to recognize California’s most sustainable small businesses

Posted: 11 Feb 2014 16:16:23
Please consider the following news release from the California
Air Resources Board: http://bit.ly/1m4JzQk
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

February 11, 2014

NEWS RELEASE 14-10

CONTACT:

Melanie Turner
(916) 322-2990
Melanie.Turner@arb.ca.gov


Ceremony to recognize California’s most sustainable small
businesses

State and local elected officials to honor California small
businesses for taking effective, voluntary steps to reduce their
carbon footprint

SACRAMENTO — The California Air Resources Board and its
CoolCalifornia partners will recognize 13 small businesses for
implementing climate-smart strategies. Three businesses will
receive the Business of the Year award for demonstrating
exceptional sustainable business practices and emission
reductions. Ten businesses will be acknowledged as “Climate
Leaders” for taking effective steps to be more climate-friendly. 


WHAT:		
Award ceremony honoring 2013 CoolCalifornia Small Business Awards
winners

WHEN: 		
4 to 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 12. 

WHERE: 	
Byron Sher Auditorium, Second Floor, Cal/EPA Headquarters, 
1001 I Street, Sacramento, CA 95814

WHO: 		
California Air Resources Board officials
Members of the California State Legislature, local officials 
Award-winning small businesses from: Fort Bragg, Capitola, 
Milpitas,  Millbrae, Walnut Creek, Davis, Napa, Lafayette, Chula
Vista, Thousand Oaks, Seaside, Ventura, & Claremont.

VISUALS: 
Winning business owners with state legislators and ARB Executive
Officer Richard Corey


About CoolCalifornia: CoolCalifornia.org is an online resource
providing Californians with the information and tools they need
to take climate action. The website features money-saving
actions, climate calculators, case studies and links to financial
incentives to help individuals, small businesses, local
government and youth gain the knowledge needed to take simple
steps for a sustainable futurex. For more information, go to
www.coolcalifornia.org.



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