2019 GREEN SPORTS ALLIANCE SUMMIT
The 2019 Green Sports Alliance Summit is set to take place June 19-20 at the home of the Philadelphia Eagles, Lincoln Financial Field. This Summit is the largest and most influential gathering for the sports community to unite around sustainability and brings together hundreds of industry stakeholders to learn and share better practices as well as the latest innovations in greening operations, advancing the supply chain, engaging fans, and more.
Blue Marble Cocktails is just one of many brands that will be there supporting the sustainability feature of the Green Sports Alliance Summit. Blue Marble Cocktails uses SFI certified packaging as well as recyclable materials to make their 200 ml cans. Along with their packaging much of Blue Marble’s merchandising is made of eco-friendly materials including their t shirts which a portion of the material includes recycled material. Alan Miller, founder and CEO of Blue Marble, stated, “We are so fortunate to make our cocktails with all-natural ingredients from our blue marble so how could we not support this fantastic summit that has the same ideals as we do.”
“The Alliance is excited to bring our 9th annual Summit to Philadelphia and Lincoln Financial Field—it’s a homecoming of sorts for the sports greening movement,” said Roger McClendon, Executive Director of the Green Sports Alliance. “The Eagles and Lurie Family have been instrumental in leading the way towards a more sustainable future and we’re looking forward to showcasing their work and others’ throughout the Summit program. Collectively, we will reflect on our past accomplishments, celebrate our current successes, and make a renewed commitment to play for the future of the next generation.”
About the Green Sports Alliance
The Green Sports Alliance leverages the cultural and market influence of sports to promote healthy, sustainable communities where people live and play. The Alliance inspires professional sports leagues, sports governing bodies, colleges, teams, venues, their partners and millions of fans to embrace renewable energy, healthy food, recycling, water efficiency, safer chemicals and other environmentally preferable practices. Alliance members now number nearly 600 organizations and fans representing 15 leagues in 14 countries. For more information visit Green Sports Alliance.