Earth Day

Go green for a Healthy Home Makeover

Just in time to celebrate Earth Day - seminars to refresh your nest in just half a day.

Join SANYO and eco experts Lisa and Ron Beres from for a 90-minute Healthy Home Makeover Seminar in Costa Mesa, CA, Saturday.

The Beres, frequent guests on the Today Show, The Doctors and other national TV shows, will teach you the steps to turn your home into green retreat. Eco-experts and certified green building professionals, the Beres show consumers how to renew living spaces with natural, organic solutions., a website to educate and inform consumers in green best practices, is offering a series of free Healthy Home Makeover seminars to help consumers improve indoor air quality and refresh their nests easily, affordably and efficiently.

"Your home should be an oasis, a safe place where you go to relax at the end of a long work day, where you spend time with your loved ones, and where you rest and recharge each night as you sleep," says Lisa Beres.

"But the very place you go to seek comfort and peace may actually be making you sick," says Beres,who began her journey to greener, healthier living when hidden toxins her own home affected her health.

Guests should register for the seminars at

All attendees will receive a free gift as well as the chance to win one of two SANYO Air Washer Plus (each a $249.99 retail value) at the end of the seminar.

Future Healthy Home Makeover seminar dates are set for other California cities as well as New York, Virginia, and Illinois.'s mission is to educate and inform consumers in best practices for eco-friendly and safer home environments.

SANYO, a leading developer of environmentally friendly home products, and eco experts, Lisa and Ron Beres, are helping to help consumers transform their homes, health and lives through green initiatives.

Sanyo's goal as good corporate citizens is to reduce and recycle, use resources effectively and reduce the discharge of pollutants, balancing development with preserving the earth in work and life.

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Eat well and nurture Mother Earth with il Buco

il Buco donates 15% of the tab & takes it off your check Go to lunch at il Buco, eat well and protect your Mother - earth mother, that is.

For one week, Tuesday, April 21 to Saturday, April 25,   il Buco (47 Bond Street) is taking 15% off lunch only for all guests.  The restaurant will donate all of the discount to International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), the world's oldest and largest global environmental network.

All proceeds will benefit the IUCN's work protecting the Amazon Rainforest, known as the Lung of the Earth.

For example, guests who spend $100 on lunch will pay only $85 and il Buco will donate $15.

Owner Donna Lennard and friend and professional adviser Alberto Avalle, visionaries behind il Buco, support the sustainable agriculture movement.  They are dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of sustainable practices which can be applied to almost every facet of life on Earth.

Lunch hours for the tiny, charming and antique-filled restaurant are Tuesday through Saturday, noon to 4 p.m.