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Welcome to "The Oregon Green Expo" & The Oregon Green Business Association!

About The Oregon Green Expo

Announcing This Year's Theme...

Fields of Green: Power Up the Local Economy

Build Green. Buy Green. Live Green.

Powered by forward thinking businesses and organizations, this year’s Oregon Green Expo will showcase resourceful products and educate green enthusiasts, as well as the curious “going green” public. The emerging Green Economy will vitalize and empower business and job growth.

This year’s Oregon Green Expo special focus will be on:

  • Green Entrepreneurship & Products/Services
  • Green Business Development
  • Green Investment
  • Green Job Education & Creation.

With Returning Favorite Green & Sustainable Education and Exhibitors…

  • Natural/Organic Food & Gardening
  • Alternative Energy & Fuels
  • Energy Efficiency/Weatherization
  • Green Building & Remodeling
  • Sustainable Education & Lifestyles
  • Holistic Health & Wellness
  • Eco/Geo Tourism
  • Water Ecology
  • Recycling

Who Will Attend? The 2010 Oregon Green Expo will…

  • Be the ultimate gathering of green public and private sectors
  • Draw consumers who want to fully embrace green and sustainable living and business practices as well as those curious about sustainable lifestyles

Considering Sponsorship?

Are you a leader in the Emerging Green Economy?

The 2010 Oregon Green Expo, June 18-20th, will again deliver unparalleled success in positioning our sponsors and partners as leaders in this Emerging Green Economy. The 2010 Expo it is brought to life with the support of a select group of partner companies committed to…Powering Up The Green Economy

Our track record from the first annual Oregon Green Expo proves we will drive a quality audience to your green and sustainable products, services, or message…

Your company will receive visibility through wide-ranging, innovative, and strategic media campaigns using viral marketing, social media and online campaigns, traditional broadcast and print media.

Contact Susan Huntley for a Sponsor Packet or Click here to APPLY ONLINE to Sponsor!

Exhibitors-Expedite Your Marketing Opportunity!

Apply now for the 2010 Expo and receive exposure in our e-newsletter - showcasing your business and a link to your website through June 2010.

Call (541) 773-8200 and reserve your space today or click below to apply!APPLY NOW

Become a 2010 Oregon Green Expo Exhibitor - click here for details

What's Next?

Since the first annual Oregon Green Expo in July of 2009, we have been asked - "What's Next?"

It was clear from this first event that exhibitors and sponsors valued being connected with qualified prospects and networking with other green and sustainable businesses. In order to serve these needs year round - we have created several opportunities to assist you in developing your connections, to increase your visibility and ultimately sales.

To assist you in expanding your networking and business opportunities, we are offering these events and services:

  • The 2010 Oregon Green Expo, June 18th - 20th, at the Medford Armory Sponsors and Exhibitors can apply now!
  • The Oregon Green Business Association Membership packages, green seminars, networking and visibility opportunities.
  • Oregon Green Expo Website Advertising Reach thousands of viewers interested specifically in green and sustainable products, services and education.
  • The Oregon Green Consulting Group Guiding you in greening your workplace, green business development & marketing.

APPLY to be in our FREE Green Directory!

Bringing the Green and Sustainable Marketplace Together

The Oregon Green Business Association!

Sustainably yours,
Don and Susan, Event Organizers

The Oregon Green Expo
The Oregon Green Business Association
711 Medford Center #160
Medford Oregon, 97504
Office: 541-773-8200


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The Oregon Green Expo is a four day event, held on the peak summer week of the 4th of July, at the Medford Armory, in beautiful Southern Oregon.
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The Oregon Green Expo! | Medford Armory (July 3rd, 4th & 5th, 2009)

“Just about everyone knows by now that we have to start living within our means, and the planet’s. This expo will be a great place to learn ways to do that.- Jeff Golden of

April 28, 2009 – With the momentous 40th anniversary of Earth Day just behind us, “going green” is clearly going mainstream. More people than ever want to be involved, to help themselves, their community… Continue

Posted on April 24, 2009 at 2:00pm

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