Hello everyone,

Hope you had a great Easter Weekend! The Sports for Nature team as always, is going 100 miles per hour with lots of work in order to harness the immense power of sports towards protecting nature.

This weekend we have two very fun events, the first one is a new Party for Nature at the fabulous location Tattoo Bar located in the heart of K Street in Washington, DC. This event benefits the Alaska Wilderness League and starts at 10pm in case you live in the DC area and want to stop by. The dancing polar bear will be present so you will not want to miss this! Please visit www.sportsfornature.com to view the official event flyer with all the details.

Our second event this weekend is the classic Soccer for Nature IV Tournament at the Dulles Sports Plex. This event will be going on both Saturday and Sunday and the best amateur teams in the DC area will be participating and battling it out on the field to win great prizes.

Besides the Sports for Nature events that I just mentioned, for this summer we are working on many events, including Golf for Nature, several Party for Nature’s in the hottest night spots in the DC area, a second Tennis for Nature event in Costa Rica with the participation of professional ATP Tour players and a Climbing for Nature in Costa Rica as well, at the end of July. This last event will probably feature the two best mountain climbers in Latin America. To say the least, this event will be very unique and sure to get very good media attention in Central America.

Exciting plans and news, so I will keep you posted on new details regarding the upcoming events. Oh…and forgot to mention, a brand new Sports for Nature Web page in under way! We should have it ready very soon, should be very refreshing and appealing to visitors. We will send out an e-mail blast to the entire Sports for Nature database once it’s ready!

Have a great week and talk to you soon! Go green!

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