Discount passes available for AREDAY in Aspen |

Discount passes available for AREDAY in Aspen

Aspen Times staff report
Aspen, CO Colorado

ASPEN – American Renewable Energy Day, widely known as AREDAY, is offering Roaring Fork Valley residents a 75 percent discount on passes for its 2011 Summit, which will be held Aug. 17-21 at the Hotel Jerome in Aspen.

Roaring Fork Valley residents can buy passes for $300 – a limited number are available at the Wheeler Box Office. A local ID will be required.

Other early-bird specials are in effect until July 29 for several different industry sectors: nonprofit rates are currently $600, government rates are $750 and student rates are $350. A special price of $1,200 for non-Roaring Fork Valley residents is also in effect until July 29, when the cost will increase to $1,800. All passes include entrance to the AREDAY Summit and the Film Festival. Entry to the AREDAY Expo is free.

The eighth annual AREDAY summit, themed “Putting the Green in Green: Monetizing Carbon in the Global Economy,” offers attendees, exhibitors and sponsors the opportunity to engage with such global environmental leaders as American media mogul and environmental philanthropist Ted Turner, United Nations Foundation President Tim Wirth, Daryl Hannah, Rocky Mountain Institute chairman Amory Lovins and others.

For additional information on sponsorship opportunities and early-bird registration deadlines, visit To learn more about exhibiting at the AREDAY 2011 Expo, log on to

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