Everyone had a great time and enjoyed sharing the non-toxic and chemical free lifestyle with those who stopped by our booth, and according to my mom [Susan], it was ‘the best birthday ever’.
Plantation, Florida (PRWEB) November 10, 2011
The two-day Wyland Living Green Fair on November 5th and 6th held at Mizner Park in Boca Raton, FL, was a huge success for Essential Safe Products (ESP), whose goal was to help spread awareness about going non-toxic and chemical free in the kitchen and on-the-go.
Who will be there? Is the Green Fair worth it? How will families respond to ESP? These were the types of questions infiltrating Hannah Masimore and her family’s thoughts as they anticipated exhibiting at the Wyland Living Green Fair this past weekend. With nerves on edge and excitement running through their veins, the Masimores ended up having nothing to worry about. Their presence at the fair was a big hit and families had an overwhelmingly positive response to the Masimores as they shared their ESP stories.
“Not only was the Green Fair a wonderful experience, but it was also my mom’s birthday—double the fun! My two younger sisters both flew in Friday night to surprise my mom and hang out with the rest of the family at the Wyland Living Green Fair on Saturday,” boasts Hannah. “Everyone had a great time and enjoyed sharing the non-toxic and chemical free lifestyle with those who stopped by our booth, and according to my mom [Susan], it was ‘the best birthday ever’.”
In addition to telling others about living a non-toxic and chemical free lifestyle in the kitchen, the ESP family spoke to others about prevention of hazardous chemicals and encouraged going bpa-free through the use of glass water bottles over plastic. They sold numerous bpa free bottles made by Lifefactory and Takeya to families who were looking for a clean, safe bpa free bottles to take with them on-the-go.
One of the biggest hits at the ESP booth was the stainless steel cookware contest. Everyone had the opportunity to enter into the contest for free, and one lucky contestant would win a 10 piece stainless steel cookware set by BonJour, valued at $539.99. The winner was announced on Monday, November 7.
“Looking back at the fair, I truly believe we had a positive impact on those who stopped by our booth and that we inspired the non-toxic and chemical free lifestyle in others. We are looking forward to doing many more green events and festivals in the future,” says Hannah.
LiveESP.com is a website dedicated to encouraging and helping people learn about hazardous chemicals and make healthier decisions for a safer and chemical-free lifestyle in the kitchen and on-the-go. LiveESP.com is a great site where people can both learn about the dangers of harmful chemicals and purchase products that are non-toxic and human safe. Through ESP, founder Susan Masimore and her oldest daughter Hannah hope to have a positive impact in the lives of others. LiveESP.com was founded in 2011 in Plantation, Florida.