Subaru Stops and Smells the Roses in Washington
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A 2010 Forester will also be showcased in the Subaru Sustainable Garden display, located inside the show’s entrance.
"We are glad to once again sponsor the Northwest Flower & Garden Show," said Tim Mahoney, senior vice president and CMO, Subaru of America. "As our owners tend to appreciate gardening and participate in outdoor-lifestyle activities, the flower show is a good fit for the Subaru brand."
Subaru will also present "The $25 Victory Garden – Growing a Garden to Feed Your Family on $25 or Less" on February 4 in the Rainier Room, featuring Green Gardening/Sustainability Expert and host of "Growing a Greener World", Joe Lamp'l.
The show will be centered around the new trends in sustainability and will also showcase the "Butterflies" exhibit, designed to educate children about the lifecycle of a butterfly by taking them on a tour where they can interact with over 300 live butterflies.
"We are proud and excited to be the new stewards of an event that has been a highlight for thousands of flower and garden devotees for the past two decades," said Show Producer Terry O'Loughlin. "We're calling it a new beginning for a Northwest tradition. We're excited about Subaru's continued partnership—it's a perfect fit for our focus on sustainability at the 2010 show."
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