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News Release 
Friday, October 23, 2009
For Immediate Release

Steven Shultz, M.S.
Communications Chair,
Sponsorship & booth opportunities available
Nexus between business & education sustainability to be focus of 2nd annual Sustainability Partnership Breakfast
SAN DIEGO - The nexus between emerging sustainability needs for both the business and educational sectors in the San Diego region will be the theme of the second annual Partnership Breakfast of the San Diego Regional Sustainability Partnership, to be held Wednesday, November 18 from 7:30 a.m. to Noon at the Q Auditorium at Qualcomm's "Building Q": 6455 Lusk Blvd., San Diego, CA  92121.  
The Breakfast will feature two expert panels along with audience participation and discussion, geared toward anyone considering entering or transferring into the "green jobs" market:
  • Business Panel - regional business leaders will discuss current sustainability trends, stimulus funds and the skills and expertise they are looking for to fill positions in the "green jobs" market. 
  • Education Panel - academic leaders will address sustainability curricula and training programs, stimulus funds in support of sustainability education and more. 
Also featured will be special guest speakers, sustainability-themed booths from local companies and organizations, and an update on the year's progress and achievements from the Sustainability Partnership. 
Registration, breakfast, networking and booths start at 7:30 a.m.  The program starts at 8:30 a.m.
This year's Breakfast is serving as a fundraiser for the non-profit, volunteer-based Partnership. Tickets will be available for purchase on-site (by cash or check only) at the following prices:
  • $10 - Students with student ID
  • $15 - Partnership members
  • $20 - General admission
A free Go Green coupon book - worth $5 and containing over $1000 in coupon savings -- will be handed out with each admission.
Sponsorship and booth opportunities are available, and interested organizations should contact Bill Franklin at  Further details on the event, including names of special guest speakers, will follow via additional news releases and on the Partnership Web site at
The San Diego Regional Sustainability Partnership was launched in 2007 as information-sharing, collaborative effort to reduce pollution, enact energy savings and improve the quality of life in the San Diego region. It is a consortium of the region's businesses, organizations, governments and academia. More information: