September 19, 2015
Santa Fe-based “AParallelWorld.com,” an exciting new web platform offering information, resources and vendors to help Americans make an easier transition to a sustainable (or Parallel) life, is holding its Official Launch Party at the Center for Peace and Justice, 1420 Cerrillos Road in Santa Fe Oct. 3, from 3 to 7 pm.
This unique launch event offers guests a chance to test drive the latest electric cars from Ford, BMW and Nissan, sample fabulous organic and local foods, and enjoy one-on-one information on the latest transitional technologies—solar energy systems, plug-in cars, hydroponics, organic gardening, local banking, local newspapers, independent broadcasting and others. There will also be music, contests, and prizes for participants.
A Parallel World is the brainchild of local green developer Alan Hoffman, who has a history of designing and marketing energy efficient homes in the Santa Fe area. “I’m truly excited to launch this unique web platform right in my home town of Santa Fe. APW is a one-stop site helping folks save money, lower their carbon footprint and join a like-minded community of people making the transition to a sustainable, healthy life,” Hoffman said.
The APW team includes writers, designers, environmental activists, and social media mavens already living the Parallel Lifestyle. Their mission is providing a state of the art, time saving, money-saving and perhaps planet saving web platform to help people transition to a parallel life.
“This is the perfect place to launch..” adds Hoffman. “Santa Fe’s progressive community chooses more organic, locally grown food; is replacing coal-fired electricity with roof top solar and many Santa Feans are switching to plug-in cars. Santa Fe will lead the way in the transition to a sustainable lifestyle.”
Launch event sponsors and APW supporters include Ford, BMW, Nissan, Eco Motive Electric Bikes, Sol Luna Solar, Joe’s Dinning, Hutton Broadcasting, New Mexico State Employees Credit Union and many more alternative Vendors providing you choices you never knew you had. Non-profit groups are also represented, including Climate Reality and The Sierra Club Plug in America.