Here’s a peek at some of the topics presented at the education stations:
In addition to the education stations, there were
- over 30 eco-friendly product and service vendors
- special state and city representatives discussing green initiatives
- a garden marketplace with plants, garden accessories, and baked goods
- live music
- rain barrel workshops
- a fun kid’s zone (including the very popular worm station)
I was very excited to be able to participate as a vendor this year…
I probably needed 2 tables for all of the products that I brought along, but it worked out OK.
I was very thankful to have access to electricity so that I could have some of my favorite Shaklee videos playing.
I tried to separate the products into 4 categories by using some frames…
I also held a drawing for some of Shaklee’s kitchen products:
The winner of the drawing won 1 package of Shaklee’s Dish Washer Automatic Concentrate…
I love this product!! I only use 1 scoop instead of the suggested 2 scoops and my dishes come out sparkling clean…even without a rinse agent. That means that I am getting 96 loads from this one bag!! Many dishwashing detergents are having trouble with the performance of their new phosphate-free formulas. Shaklee’s has always been phosphate-free and works better than any of the brands I used before Shaklee. That is why I chose to give this product away.
I also included the liquid Dish Wash Concentrate. I only need a couple drops to clean my hand wash dishes…it’s so concentrated! One bottle lasts me around 9 months! Pretty impressive, right?
Everyone I spoke with was so impressed with the cost-effectiveness of the cleaning products. The Scour-Off was a big hit too! Everyone loved the natural scent of the cherry pits in the Scour-Off!
Overall, the event went very well! I look forward to participating again next year!