American Spa Magazine and Green Spa Network Partner to Award Achievements in Sustainability
American Spa Magazine to sponsor the 2016 GSN Sustainability Awards for the spa and wellness industry.
American Spa Magazine and the Green Spa Network (GSN) have teamed up to produce the 5th Annual GSN Sustainability Awards. The GSN Sustainability Awards program recognizes efforts that positively impact sustainable business in the spa industry and contribute to a vital future for people and the planet.
This year’s achievements will be awarded in 9 categories ranging from Green Building and Culinary Excellence to Sustainable Manufacturing and overall Spa Sustainability. Nominations will be accepted through June 15th, 2016 and can be submitted through the GSN website at http://www.greenspanetwork.org. Any individual, company or product related to the spa, health and wellness industry is eligible. The 2016 GSN Sustainability Awards Gala Reception will be at Devil’s Thumb Ranch in Colorado on Tuesday September 27th, 2016.
“Over the past 4 years, this program has recognized more than 20 spas, product and supply companies, and individuals for their accomplishments in sustainability.” Says Lisa Jacobs, Senior Consultant, Blu Spas Inc. and GSN board member. “With American Spa Magazine’s partnership we’re proud to be reaching an even bigger impact through showcasing all the innovative and smart solutions green spa businesses are putting into action every day.”
For more information, free GSN membership and to submit nominations visit http://www.greenspanetwork.org
ABOUT THE GREEN SPA NETWORK
GSN is a not-for-profit association dedicated to promoting sustainability in and through the spa and wellness industry. Their mission is to promote the vital connections between personal wellbeing, economic sustainability and the health of our planet. Through networking, education, and innovative best practices developed with its membership of the nation’s most innovative green spas, GSN is setting the standard for social and environmental sustainability in the industry. For more information, visit http://www.greenspanetwork.org.