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Published on June 30th, 2008 | by Timothy B. Hurst

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Win ROTHBURY Tickets!

June 30th, 2008 by

rothbury ticketThe four-day ROTHBURY music and camping festival is being promoted as a “cultural assembly; one where music fans, artists and progressive thinkers gather to celebrate much more than music.” It is ROTHBURY’s goal to harness the unique energy of the live music community into a durable social movement toward an important cause: Climate Change and Clean Energy Alternatives.

Featuring a diverse musical line-up including Widespread Panic, Modest Mouse, Trey Anastasio, Dave Mathews Band, Primus, and many, many more – the festival is certain to be one of the best gatherings of the summer.

Well, would you like to go to ROTHBURY: The Music Festival With A Purpose at the Double JJ Ranch in Michigan this weekend, July 3rd – 6th?

I figured as much. And because I’ll be covering the event for the Green Options Media Network, and reporting back all week, I was able to score a few extras that I’d like to share with our readers. But I can’t just give them away, so in 100 words or less, answer the following question:

What is right, and what is wrong, with the environmental movement today?

Take the question in any direction you want. Sorry, I won’t be able to answer questions about contest details -pretend it’s a pop-quiz and do your best :). The most intriguing short essay wins its author a pair of four-day passes to the festival (a $500 value).

Email your entry (and include your full name and phone number) to: timothy [at] greenoptions [dot] com

    by 5 PM CST, Tuesday July 1st

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The winner will be announced here at Planetsave by 9AM MST Wednesday.

I wish you all the best of luck.

-Tim Hurst
(Lead Writer- Red, Green, & Blue)

UPDATE: Tim has announced the winner of the ROTHBURY tickets.

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About the Author

is the founder of ecopolitology and the executive editor at LiveOAK Media, a media network about the politics of energy and the environment, green business, cleantech, and green living. When not reading, writing, thinking or talking about environmental politics with anyone who will listen, Tim spends his time skiing in Colorado's high country, hiking with his dog, and getting dirty in his vegetable garden.



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