Rachael Joy receives Hero Goody Necklace for helping Hollywood go green
Tag good with a Hero Goody that represents global citizens making a difference
Rachael Joy, Chair of Producers Guild Green West received a Hero Goody Necklace at the “On Begley Street” premiere in Pasadena, CA, for her passion and dedication to helping Hollywood productions go green. The necklace represents global citizens making a difference, and check out her organization is helping producers go green.
The Producers Guild Green West is the green initiative of the Producers Guild of America. Their goal is to help producers with free resources so they can make their production more sustainable. They’ve partnered with all of the major Hollywood studios and created http://greenproductionguide.com. Producers can find 2,000 companies that provide sustainable and energy saving products and services for film, television and commercial productions on this site.
Rachael attended the “On Begley Street” premiere (attended by Ed Begley Jr and his family) to support content with a green message, meet evōx TV CEO Xav Dubois and help future productions to be sustainable. They really want to help everyone in the industry go green. Follow Rachael Joy @rachael_joy and these green resources @PGAGreen and @producegreen. You can also visit PGAGreen.org and Greenproductionguide.com
If you know a hero, honor them with a Hero Goody necklace. Give them this gift from the heart, and then watch them beam with pride! You can also get 2 Hero Goody necklaces for the price of 1 during the holidays (Dec 1-31, 2013.) You will make an immediate impact because 50% of our profits will go to Free The Children, who teach children to be global citizens and help keep children out poverty. Since 1995, they’ve built 650 schools/classrooms and provided 1,000,000+ with clean water, health care and sanitation.
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