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Eco-Panda to exhibit at Go Green Expo
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Jan '10
Eco-Panda, the world's only recycled nylon swimwear line, will be exhibiting at the Go Green Expo in Los Angeles, CA, January 22nd-24th, 2010 with their exhibit booth hosted by Bianca Peters, the reigning Miss Malibu.

Visitors to the Eco-Panda booth will experience the ultimate in modern fashion including the unveiling of the 2010 swimwear line with a mini fashion show, hourly product give-a-way's and a behind the scenes look at the technological advances behind the production of the brand. Eco-Panda will also be offering exclusive steals & deals on their 2009 swimwear to all Go Green Expo attendees.

Eco-Panda splashed on the scene of the swimwear industry in June of 2009. Debuting their eclectic line of swimwear featuring vibrant colors & bold hues, Eco-Panda drew inspiration from fashion mecca's of the world including: Tokyo, Cozumel, Morocco, and Paris. The Eco-Panda brand has proven that eco-fashion doesn't have to lack style or quality. No attention to detail has been spared with this impeccable line of eco-swimwear, including the fact that each garment lasts up to three times as long as the average swimsuit due to the unique blend of MIPAN regen.

Waves of Change…Eco-Panda swimwear is composed of MIPAN regen recycled nylon, which is created from post-consumer fishing nets. The recycled fishing nets are ground into fabric chips, which are then liquefied, creating fiber, which in turn is spun into fabric.

By utilizing recycled nylon, greenhouse gas emissions are reduced by 28% and the consumption of our natural resources is reduced by 27%. This process also reduces the lack of available landfill space. Eco-Panda is committed to providing fashion-forward swimwear with uncompromising quality. Blending global trends with recycled resources and unsurpassed fit, Eco-Panda swimwear is more than this season's trend, it's a fashion essential. Welcome to the future of style…..Eco-Panda.

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