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2013 - Issue 2 - Winter

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Invited Ted Turner and Wyland Rutherford Seydel, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Dr. Sylvia Earle, and John R. Seydel Steve Wiseley and Cindy Harris Janna Six, Robert Wilkinson, and Zack Owens Chip Comins and Kate McBride with Annalisa and Riley Puckett Larry Fulcher, Taj Mahal, and Tony Praunagel AREDAY's 10th Anniversary Gala Aspen Renewable Energy Day 10th anniversary celebration culminated with an inspiring gala event at the Doerr-Hosier Center at the Aspen Meadows. Dr. Sylvia Earle presented a keynote address, followed by headliners Ted Turner and Rev. Jesse Jackson in conversation with AREDAY cofounder Sally Ranney. The summit, titled "Advancing Clean Energy: Transition to a Stable Global Economy," covered renewable energy in areas of science, finance, government, and technology development, among others. Founded by Chip Comins and Ranney, the globally recognized event featured the AREDAY summit, expo, film festival, and a special tribute concert by Taj Mahal. Ted Turner, Sally Ranney, and Rev. Jesse Jackson Brenda Wild and Heather SteengeHeart Photography by Red mtn. Cindi Rose and Dr. Franklin Rose Bill and Dawn Hennessey Christine Light and Tracye Tackbary Elizabeth and Scott Kimple with Billy Stolz Carolina Cerlat and Paul Patterson Gael De Calvez and Adriana Lahos Maison Ullens Launch Event 52 043-058_AP_FOB_Invited_WIN13_SPR14_.indd 52 The debut of the flagship Maison Ullens boutique was celebrated in elegant style. Hosted by Maison Ullens Director Tracye Tackbery, cofounder Christine Light, Aspen Peak Publisher Alexandra Halperin, and Aspen Peak Editor-in-Chief Erin Lentz, the event was attended by fashionistas, media, philanthropists, and young professionals. Founded by Myriam Ullens, a percentage of ongoing proceeds from the entire line benefits Ullens's Mimi Foundation in support of cancer patients. 10/30/13 12:09 PM

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