Community Caravan

Written by Cafe Campesino on Aug 1, 2004 in Community Caravan, NEWSLETTER |
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Green Festival, Washington D.C., September 18 & 19 — Tripp Pomeroy and Lee Harris will be representing Café Campesino at the first Green Festival to be held in Washington, D.C.! A joint project of Global Exchange and Co-op America, the Green Festival is slated as a two-day party with a serious purpose: to accelerate the emergence of a new economic paradigm that is life-affirming, inclusive and nurturing. We’ll be in booth #329, so stop by and visit and we’ll nurture you with samples of our great Fair Trade coffee!

Dates: September 18 & 19 , 2004
Show Hours: Saturday 10AM – 9PM & Sunday 11AM – 7PM
Location: Washington D.C. Convention Center
801 Mount Vernon Place, NW – Washington, DC

The link below enables you to print a “2 for the price of 1 admission coupon”…just present it at the door to the Green Festival and they’ll take it from there!
2 for 1 Coupon

Or, if you want to go ahead and purchase regular priced tickets online, click on the following link:
TICKETS

Cooperative Coffees Annual Meeting, Montreal… Early next month Bill will be attending the Cooperative Coffees 2004 Annual Meeting, Sept 9 – 12, in the fun-filled city of Montreal, Canada. The meeting begins on Thursday with the “Green Day” — including a cupping table of our green beans from all sources, a first-ever Cooperative Coffees Roaster’s Cup of Excellence, and presentations and discussion about the coffee cooperatives and the local contexts in which they work. The meeting is an opportunity to review the full report on the year’s operations, to participate in our strategic planning process, and to meet new members and get back in touch with our far-flung existing members. This year, we will also be participating in the TransFair Canada Fair Trade Round Table in a Saturday morning recess to our business as usual. Montreal is also considered the cultural capital of Canada, with countless music bars, theater and fine cuisine. So members should come prepared to work hard by day and play hard by night!

Speaker’s Bureau – Fair Trade Presentations, Tuscaloosa, Alabama – On September 29th, Tripp and Bill will travel to Tuscaloosa, where they will first speak to a group from the University of Alabama and then later to members of the First Methodist Church about Fair Trade and Café Campesino’s role as an all Fair Trade coffee company.

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