Saturday, April 10, 2010

Last Round of Sponsor Shout-Outs

One last round of sponsors to thank for our Spookypalooza event!

Like BlogAsheville? Support our local sponsors!

Arts2People is...

...a non-profit social service organization devoted to promoting the role of the arts as an integral part of our culture by serving the entire community through arts outreach, bringing the arts to those in need of the healing power of art, supporting the careers of artists, and through community cultural development.

Our major projects include the Lexington Ave Arts and Fun Festival (LAAFF), the Asheville Mural Project (AMP) and The REACH educational programming. For more information, please visit our website at


1. We believe everyone should have access to the transformational power of creative expression. We offer classes to the general public on a sliding scale, and provide arts-in-education opportunities to underprivileged populations.

2. We see a need for local career artists, musicians and craftspeople to learn more about marketing themselves and networking with others in their field. We offer a variety of showcasing, networking, and mentoring opportunities for these professionals to increase their ability to be financially self-sufficient.

3. Lastly, we are committed to strengthening the reputation Asheville has as a haven for the arts. We want to make the arts so firmly established here that the future growth of Asheville will not weaken our identity as an artistic community.

Greenlife Grocery is a full service natural foods store dedicated to bringing you and your family the freshest and healthiest foods and products available. No artificial flavors, colors, preservatives, or hydrogenated oils. We are committed to supporting local foods and local economy.

We believe a healthy environment starts with a healthy community. We strive to offer as many organic options to our customers as are available. We pride ourselves in being the first store in the East Coast to implement the sustainable seafood program Fishwise, the first grocery store in our area to ban shopping plastic bags, and the highest volume independent natural foods retailer on the Southeast.

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