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SAVING GREEN BY BEING GREEN


By: PGA GREEN | November 10, 2010


"SAVING GREEN$ BY BEING GREEN"
PRESENTED BY THE PRODUCERS GUILD OF AMERICA GREEN COMMITTEE WEST

When: Saturday, November 13, 2010
Time: Registration/Networking - 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Panel Discussion begins promptly at 10:00 a.m.
Q&A 12:00 p.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Where: Sony Pictures Entertainment
Rita Hayworth Room
10202 West Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232

Please enter the lot at the Madison Gate. Security will direct you to the parking lot.

PARKING LOT MAP
SONY PICTURES STUDIO DIRECTIONS

RSVP:Please RSVP to pgagreenseminar@yahoo.com by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 11, 2010. In the subject line please put your first and last name and if you are a member of the PGA or a non-member or student. YOU MUST BE ON THE RSVP LIST TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE LOT AND YOU MUST ALSO BRING A PHOTO ID TO SHOW AT THE GUARD GATE.

Please note that if you're not in Los Angeles the seminar will be streamed live at PGAgreen.org.

A LIGHT CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST WILL BE SERVED

In our efforts to be 'green' please bring an 'eco friendly' filled water bottle as there will NOT be plastic water bottles. Also, if possible please also bring an 'eco friendly' coffee mug. Coffee will be available.

COST:PGA Members - No Charge
Non-Members - $50 (CASH OR CHECK ONLY. CREDIT CARDS ARE NOT ACCEPTED)
Students - $20 with current school ID (CASH OR CHECK ONLY CREDIT CARDS ARE NOT ACCEPTED)

"It's not easy being Green?" Not only can you save green$ but you can have fun in the process. Join us for a lively discussion with some of the top professionals in their field. You'll gain insights on what steps to take and where to find available resources and how to save money. From what lumber to use to 'eco friendly' water bottles for the crew to recycling sets you'll walk away with new and useful information. Find out the answers to your questions. Don't miss this opportunity to hear from those who have been 'green' and those who strive to be 'green.'

Moderator:
Shelley Billik - Founder Eco Biz, an environmental sustainability consulting firm.

Confirmed Panelist:
Rob Bagshaw - Executive Producer, "Paradise Hotel"
Lisa Day - Associate Director, Energy Initiative at 20th Century Fox
Michael Hynes - Production Designer, "Hot in Cleveland"
Mario Iscovich - Executive Producer, "You Again"
Samson Mucke - UPM, "Prom"
Lauren Selman - Founder and Creative Producer, Reel Green Media
Meta Valentic - AD, "Castle"

Seminar produced by PGA Green Committee member and Producer Karyn Benkendorfer.

For full bios go to PGAgreen.org



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