Prince George's County EDC Joins ICSC Joint Retail and Mid-Atlantic Alliance Program to Present The Dollars and Sense of Green

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Retailers, developers and public sector officials share insights, strategies and the cost of incorporating green elements in their construction, retail designs, and operation plans. Attendees will learn how to go "green" and still save.

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Participants will learn how to "Go Green" and save.

The Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation in partnership with the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Mid-Atlantic Alliance Program, and the Maryland Energy Administration will present The Dollars and Sense of Green. The program will be held at the Anne Arundel County Public Library, a LEED Certified building, located at 1325 Annapolis Road, in Odenton, Maryland, 21113.

Participants will experience an open discussion led by Ellen Sinreich, President of Green Edge, as retailers and developers share insights, strategies and the cost of incorporating green elements in their construction plans, retail designs and operations. Participants will also learn how the public sector is collaborating with developers and retailers as the industry adapts to sustainable development.

For those persons taking the MARC train, complimentary transportation will be available from the Odenton MARC station to the library and back, courtesy of eCruisers, an electric shuttle service! Please contact Ted Fischer for details at tfischer(at)ICSC(dot)org.

Panelists include: Tracy Back, Compliance Assistance Provider, Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC; Anthony Clarke, Owner & CEO, The Irish Restaurant Company, Annapolis, MD
Bryce Turner, President, Brown Craig Turner Architects/Designers, Baltimore, MD and Charles Wallach, Director of Leasing & Tenant Construction, The Tower Companies, Rockville, MD

The Alliance Program is a special ICSC initiative that provides forums for the public and private sectors to network, share ideas, discuss industry issues and explore retail development opportunities. ICSC Alliance meetings are both time and cost effective opportunities for public officials, developers, retailers and other industry leaders to grow their relationships and learn from one another.

To register visit and select the Joint Retail Mid- Atlantic Alliance Program from the Events/Programs tab, or click here.


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