FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THURSDAY, August 18, 2011
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(SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.) – The greenest lady in Tucson, Gina Murphy-Darling, aka Mrs. Green, and Green Living magazine are partnering up to spark energy and interest about living a more sustainable lifestyle. Green Living magazine is an in-kind sponsor of Mrs. Green’s World Radio Network and together will promote the Mrs. Green’s World online show to communities around the United States.
After more than three years on Tucson’s 790-AM KNST, Gina Murphy-Darling, host of the environmental talk show “Mrs. Green’s World,” is moving her show online, creating Mrs. Green’s World Radio Network and adding it to her multimedia company. The show’s live online stream will air every Saturday from noon to 1:00 p.m. In April 2011, Gina Murphy-Darling was the recipient of TheDailyGreen.com People’s Choice Award for Local Hero.
“We are thrilled about this partnership. Given our aligned intention to raise awareness about the infinite number of challenges we face as a planet, combing our voices will greatly and excitedly expand the power of our message, the possibilities are endless!” Gina Murphy-Darling said.
Associate Publisher, Dorie Morales and Editor-in-Chief, Tishin Donkersley, M.A., will be featured guests on November 5, 2011. Each episode will provide an opportunity to learn about the ever changing content in Green Living magazine and sustainable methods. Listen live at www.mrsgreensworld.com and click on the Green Living magazine ad for more information.
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About Green Living Magazine
Green Living magazine is the premier lifestyle magazine of Arizona that strives to educate, empower and inspire our communities to go green. We promote our contemporary and sustainable message through the LIVE, WORK and PLAY sections of the magazine and provide simple and applicable solutions to all things green.