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Actor/Producer/Director Scott L. Schwartz will lend his support to Patrycja Siewert-Towns and Kim Shimmel to benefit Project Green during the upcoming Alive! Expo Green Pavilion & Mix Media Luxury Lounge during Oscar week.

On Friday February 25 & Saturday February 26, ALIVE! Expo Green Pavilion & Mix Media Luxury Lounge and Project Green will return to Los Angeles for their popular Oscar extravaganza. Owners Kim Shimmel and Patrycja Siewert-Towns will host a weekend of eco-friendly awareness by offering you eco-products while presenting it with a flair for luxury. This year, along with Only You Can Save Energy and Fortunate Angels, the exclusive 2-day event will feature live entertainment, gifting, eco-education, celebrity photo studio, PSA station, gourmet snacks & beverages, cupcakes from My Delight CupCakery and much more! Music for the Lounge will be provided by Koffeehouse.

Scott L. Schwartz is most recognized as “Bruiser” from the popular films Ocean’s 11, 12 & 13, and from other work including: Starsky & Hutch, Fun With Dick And Jane, Spiderman, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Star Trek Voyager, Changing Hands among other feature films.

Scott will assist with this mission by encouraging eco-friendly activists, celebrities, and his fans to support Project Green. Alive! Expo Green Pavilion will donate a portion of event proceeds to Project Green – a 501C3 non-profit whose mission is to protect “A Green Tomorrow” developing eco-conscious, sustainable, summer camps for underserved children. For more information, please visit www.ProjectGreenUSA.org.

For more information on Scott L. Schwartz, please visit www.ultimatebadguy.wordpress.com.

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