As One Spark approaches CATA is ready for the festivities.
Jacksonville, Florida—March 24, 2015—Consumers Against Toxic Apparel (CATA) is a company specializing in organic clothing and textiles. The goal is to create awareness about the harsh and potential life-threatening chemicals found in clothes.
During the week of One Spark, CATA will be located at the Museum of Science and History Café, 11 East Forsyth Street. The hours will be April 8-11 from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m. and April 12 from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Visithttp://www.themosh.org/science-cafe/ for more details.
Creator of CATA Patricia Davis will be giving the official One Spark Creators Pitch on Saturday April 11 at 11:20 a.m. in Hemming Park.
Miss Earth Florida Elizabeth Tran will also be present at the CATA booth Saturday April 11 signing autographs and taking photos. She is a huge supporter of CATA and all things organic, her blog is at http://www.teensgogreenglobal.org/apps/blog/
View the array of organic products offered by several CATA affiliates showcased at the CATA booth in MOSH Café. Ranging from underwear to bedding, there is sure to be something for every member of the family. Plus, you are guaranteed to become aware of the realities of chemicals in clothing and the harsh toxins used in the process of making your clothes.
Patricia Davis | email@example.com | 904.998.9978
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