|Green Passport Spotlight - Yola|
|Written by Eric Vermeiren|
|Thursday, 05 April 2012 12:29|
This week's Green Passport Destination spotlight is Yola, an organic, farm-to-table, yogurt, smoothie, and baked goods shop located in Dupont Circle. If you haven't heard yet, Green Passport DC is a game that Clean Currents is running through the month of April that encourages anyone and everyone to visit local wind-powered businesses. There's no cost to play Green Passport - all you need is a mobile phone and the Facebook application. Simply register for Green Passport DC by clicking THIS LINK and then visit any of the 48 locations throughout the city, check in, and earn CASH!
Clean Currents staff member Nicole Dvorak had a chance to sit down with Laura Smith, Co-owner of Yola, for a little Q&A session on yogurt, coffee, and all things tasty and eco-friendly.
Nicole: “Business Owner” hardly begins to describe it, right? What is your typical day or week like?
Nicole: What do you enjoy most about your job?
Nicole: What question are you asked most often?
Nicole: What is your background? Where did these amazing green ethics of yours come from?
Nicole: Something that you wish more people knew about?
Nicole: What is your vision for the future of Yola?
Nicole: Why did you choose renewable wind power through Clean Currents?
I'm like many mothers I know, concerned about the planet our kids will inherit and overwhelmed by daily life. Clean Currents made it simple and affordable to switch to 100% wind power, without breaking my back or the bank.
- Residential Customer Michelle Culp