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Get Dressed up for Sustainable Business Network’s SustainaBall on 4/12
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Get Dressed up for Sustainable Business Network’s SustainaBall on 4/12

SBN SustainaBall 2014Need an excuse to dress up and network with some of the area’s best greenies?

The Sustainable Business Network’s fancy pants night out, the SustainaBall, is returning to Philly on April 12, 2014. The Sustainable Business Network helps local businesses with many goals, like to meet their triple bottom line: planet, people & profits. Proceeds will help locally-owned businesses and move towards a more sustainable economy.

Therefore, helping them for the SustainaBall is like helping 600+ businesses at once!

SustainaBall Gala 2014

The SustainaBall gala & fundraiser will be held from 7-11 PM at the German Society of Pennsylvania (611 Spring Garden Street) to showcase our awesome green scene, strength of local businesses.

Plus, expect loads of amazing local food, venue, entertainment & programming. Cosmic Catering will have enough to delight carnivores, vegetarians and vegans with Kale pesto, roasted veggies, sweet & sour turkey meatballs, veggie spinach patties and more. Pair that food with all locavore drinks. The open bar selection is ONLY sourced within 30 miles from the venue by Philadelphia Distilling Company, Yards & Philadelphia Brewing Company.

A live auction will be held at 9:30 PM.

Grab your early bird tickets through February 16, 2014 for $65 for SBN members, and $90 for non members. Afterwards, prices jump $10 each.

Get tickets and find out more information on the SBN SustainaBall website.

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Julie Hancher is Editor-in-Chief of Green Philly, sharing her expertise of all things sustainable in the city of brotherly love. She enjoys long walks in the park with local beer and greening her travels, cooking & cat, Sir Floofus Drake. View all posts by Julie Hancher

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