FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
One of our newest sponsor – Bali Eco Stay – has stepped in to offer a fabulous prize draw for those attending Eco Fashion Week Australia Nov. 23-27, 2017, and we couldn't be more excited the details with you.
The Prize - 3 nights at Bali Eco Stay in the heart of Bali in an open-air, over water jungle bungalow surrounded by nature - total prize value $1058. This bungalow features 2 bedrooms, 2 baths and can provide accommodation for up to 4 people. The lucky winner can choose to bring up to 3 friends/family members. Airfare and ground transportation not included.
Who can enter - Everyone who purchases a ticket to come to EFWA from Nov. 23-27, 2017 are eligible. You may enter once for each night you purchase a ticket. The more nights you come, the better chance you have to win.
How to Enter - There will be a sealed boxed in the entry. After showing your purchased ticket, please place your business card (or substitute) in the box.
About The Resort - Bali Eco Stay offers a green sanctuary in the heart of Bali where travellers reconnect with nature, discover pure food and immerse themselves in tropical food forests, traditional Balinese culture and jungle life. Enjoy relaxing while surrounded by nature in your open-air, over-water bungalow. Feast on authentic Balinese home cooking prepared with love and respect for nature using organic grown food. And explore all our unique area has to offer - lounge in freshwater rock pools, learn traditional crafts with our Kakek (grandfather) and explored untouched landscapes and village either by foot, bike or scooter. Check out their website at www.baliecostay.com
Conditions - Booking is subject to availability (not available July - August, and Nov 15 - Jan 15).
Draw Date - The winner of this amazing prize will be drawn on our final day - Monday, November 27th - just before the final 2 runway shows. All entries for tickets for that day's shows must be placed in the box no later than 8:45.
About Eco Fashion Week Australia 2017
Eco Fashion Week Australia will collaborate with the designers, artists, activists, community, media, businesses and educational programs, as well as the local Governments, to raise awareness for environmentally conscious fashion. With Eco fashion weeks spreading across the globe, it is only natural for Kuvan-Mills to take the wheel in her own beloved home of Perth, Australia. The initiative she has taken to implement Australia’s first and very own Eco fashion celebration will strike a chord with designers, fashionistas and media alike.
This innovative, forward-thinking event will feature, exclusive informative discussions, exhibitions, hands-on workshops and incredible runway shows showcasing the best in organic, hand made, local, re/up cycled fair-trade, ethical fashion, traditional, and textiles.
Eco Fashion Week Australia is proudly supported by TCFWA, TCF Australia, TCF Global, Australian Made Campaign , Fly By Night musicians Club, Taylors Art and Coffee House, Green Embassy, Dowerin GWN Machinery Field Days, Eco Beach, Loig’s Music Lab, Dene Selby Modelling Agency, Rainforest Rescue, RSPCA-Reloved Fashion, Mercado32, Vivify Textiles, Salon Express, Bali Eco Stay, Curtin University, and ECU along with Media Partners Eluxe Magazine, The Bahamas Weekly, Peppermint, Olio by Marilyn, Style Drama, Textile Beat and MOCHNI.COM, Kristen Leo. The Green Hub, Eco Warrior Princess, Tommi Magazine
About Bali Eco Stay
Australians Cath and John Blundstone, with their Balinese family Mini and Agung, joined forces to create Bali Eco Stay. Their vision was to design the property as a working model of sustainability, and a beautiful place where rice paddies meet the jungle. Bali Eco Stay, a mountain resort offering nourishment for all your senses within a natural setting of food forests, rice fields and towering mountains reaching as far as the eye can see.
What distinguishes Bali Eco Stay from the rest is that it will not be found along the well-beaten tourist trails of Bali. Its remote location provides a unique opportunity for travellers seeking something different and off the beaten track to experience another side of Bali – the Bali from 40 years ago with its untouched pristine landscapes and charming villages steeped in profound local customs.