Emily Pilloton

Ecolect and NAU Event in Chicago this Friday!

by , 01/13/08

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We love NAU and we love Ecolect (one of our recent holiday party cohosts). So it’s natural that we’re wishing we were in the Midwest for the Ecolect “3rd Coast” launch party at the NAU store in Chicago.


In case you don’t know the two awesome entities, Ecolect is an online sustainable materials library of sorts, but so much more, providing the tools and resources that make it easier for you to design responsibly. NAU is a great sustainable style company that makes classic and stylish pieces that will last forever- and they’re made from some great innovative materials too. If you’re in Chicago make sure to stop by their event Friday, January 18th from 6-9pm at the NAU store on Halsted for good company and great gift giveaways from NAU.

About the event:

The “3rd Coast Launch Party” is from 6pm to 9pm and will have “Web Interaction” presentations throughout the night from the founders of ecolect.net with food, wine, beer, sustainable networking, shopping, and a DJ to make this evening a great “wind down” to a busy work week. Basil Hayden Bourbon will be providing the spirits with a signature cocktail dubbed the “Ecolectual” with IZZe sparkling soda.

Stop by the NAU store at 2118 N. Halsted, Chicago, Friday January 18th 6-9pm for great giveaways and stimulating conversation with other NAU and Ecolect lovers!

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