The cold weather and gloomy skies did not deter the environmental advocates and running enthusiasts from showing up early for the very first Green Source DFW Run for the Environment at Cedar Hill State Park.
Dolphin Blue’s sales consultant, Courtney, had this to say about her Run for the Environment experience.
“There was a good energy there and definitely excitement when the race began. Everyone I spoke to was passionate about living green in some way or another.
Dolphin Blue was able to educate some people on why our products are so important, others already knew what we did and expressed their adulation.
There were a lot of great aspects that you don’t see at other runs, such as organic vendors, compost bins for all the post-race bananas and portable solar panels providing all of the power needed.”
There were plenty of photo-ops to be captured at the Run for the Environment including runners, live band, children and dogs.
Sponsors, such as Wildtree, gave samples of their oils and spices to those who visited their tent. Kroger gave out fruits, drinks and snack bars and Dolphin Blue gave out Nourish Organic samples and squeaker dolphin toys.
Dan Lepinski’s solar shuttle provided power for the live band and the race timers.
Preservation Tree and Texas Trees Foundation donated chinquapin oaks, which were included in the goodie bags given out to all the participants.
Having our knowledgeable staff there along with a selection of our products gave everyone who approached our booth a better idea of who we are and what we sells.
Everyone from Dolphin Blue had a great time at the run and we hope to see you all at the next Run for the Environment.
Hank the Cowdog happily trotting back with his Frisbee at the Run for the Environment.