Friday, February 26, 2010

Plymouth Small Business Owner, Green Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist

The Midas Center owner, Andrea Cook has been selected as a finalist in the Indiana Green Business Awards for the Green Entrepreneur of the Year. It is an honor to be chosen as a finalist for this category as a small business owner in Plymouth who uses business savvy and skill to help build the brands that make our world a better place.

With a passion for eco-friendly living both in the home and at the office, her company's strong portfolio of green clients along with the office d├ęcor of repurposed creative furnishings shows she's moving in the right direction with her dedication to taking "green mainstream."

Join us in the next several posts as The Midas Center uncovers some unique actions that support this nomination including:
- why they recommend the hosting service that supports The Midas Center's web site,
- what makes the paint on her office walls so special,
- when she first realized that green endeavors were important to her and
- who has inspired her and encourages her to make the green decisions every day.

Also, read more about the green clients, including earthworks, Recycle Depot, Culver United Methodist Church's Thrift Store, Lake Maxinkuckee Environmental Council and Sorian. It is a priviledge to work with these clients and to collectively work towards building awareness for earth-friendly living and improve the use of our resources. Learn more about their services and the ways they are making a difference in our community too!


Anonymous,  February 26, 2010 at 5:28 AM  

Congratulations! The Midas Center is having a strong, positive impact on the community continually encouraging businesses and individuals alike to follow in their sustainable foot-prints.

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