In honor of its Four Year Anniversary, Project Green AV Launches Enhanced Website
Project Green AV, the comprehensive resource for sustainable AV news, information, education and collaboration for the audiovisual industry announces the relaunch of ProjectGreenAV.com, going live today.
On June 12, Project Green AV celebrates four years of providing the audiovisual industry with Great Green Ideas and practical solutions for environmental sustainability. The new ProjectGreenAV.com website improves navigation; offers easy access to exclusive feature content, a Quick Reference Guide for STEP resources, and streaming Project Green AV webinar presentations.
The popular Project Green AV Forum and PGAV Voices Series featuring Green AV thought leaders Steve Greenblatt, Christopher Maione, Mary Meeker Wurch and Mark Bishop, are now part of a brand new PGAV Blog that includes newly updated content and enhanced commenting and social networking features.
The new site opens access to archived issues of the subscription-based Project Green AV Quarterly Newsletter to all ProjectGreenAV.com users, making available exclusive interview and feature stories on Da-Lite, Draper, AMX, Middle Atlantic Products, the CEA Electronics Recycling Initiative and others, as well as issue pieces and calls to action relevant to sustainability in AV and related industries. Visitors to the new ProjectGreenAV.com will gain easier access to Project Green AV’s no cost AV Recycling Program, including a new equipment pick- up scheduling function on the website.
See the newly launched Project Green AV website at projectgreenav.com. To learn more, follow @ProjectGreenAV on twitter and join the Project Green AV LinkedIn Group, over 1,650 Members strong.
Project Green AV is the comprehensive industry resource for Green information & ideas for the Audio Visual industry. Project Green AV is committed to bringing together AV industry colleagues to learn about, discuss and teach environmentally responsible and cost-effective solutions for AV purchases, installation, new technology and projects. For more information about Project Green AV, contact Gina Sansivero: gms@projectgreenav.com or 516-901-8542.

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