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February 2010 Volume 4

Leilani Münter's Green Team Roars On To Daytona
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The first fully eco-sponsored race car is set to hit the  Daytona International Speedway on February 6.

The #59 Dodge fielded by Mark Gibson Racing and driven by Leilani Münter is sponsored by GREENandSAVE.  Leilani and GREENandSAVE have also signed other environment and energy-focused companies as associate sponsors.

These companies represent services and solutions leading to energy independence and a more sustainable future.

The five associate sponsors include groSolar, LED Saving Solutions, Home Efficiency Report, Eco Academy, and Native Energy.

CARBON OFFSETS: NativeEnergy –
Green Leadership Category: Carbon Offsets and Climate Solutions
“We have built NativeEnergy by partnering with the leading ‘green’ businesses, organizations and individuals who have tackled their environmental impact, by helping us to build more than 30 new Native American, family farm and community based renewable energy projects. Leilani is the pace-setter for ‘green’ in educating the vibrant and growing community of racing fans. We’re pleased to support her mission.” Tom Boucher, founder of NativeEnergy, Inc.

Other Winners:
Green Leadership Category: Renewable Energy via Solar Panel Solutions and Installation

GREEN Leadership Category: Energy Reduction via High Efficiency LED Lighting

HOME EFFICIENCY Home Efficiency Report
GREEN Leadership Category: Home Energy Management via consumer friendly tools

GREEN JOBS Eco Academy
GREEN Leadership Category: Eco Career Training and Continuing Education via online and live programs

Major Sponsor
Green Leadership Category: Eco Solutions via free tips, tactics, and news for home and business owners


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 Native Films Showing at Sundance


Haskell Offers Haven for Hidden Talent
Cowboys of Color Rodeo to Debut at Stock Show
Cherokee National Youth Choir Release Entertaining, Educational CD

Lelani Munter's Gree Team Roars on to Daytona

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