Want a GreenSmoothieGirl class in your city?

One of my Brigham Young University students had serious digestive problems, and when I taught him green smoothies, he had such massive health improvements, he became an evangelist!   He ran a booth at a farmer’s market yesterday selling green smoothies and my new book–just arrived and probably not yet in your bookstore–The Green Smoothies Diet.

The Green Smoothies Diet 1

The Green Smoothies Diet 2

The Green Smoothies Diet 3

I think I’m going to do a book tour Sept. 14-18.   I don’t want to just sit there and sign books–I’m far too hyper for that–I will do free green smoothie classes and sign books afterward.   My classes are high energy and information packed and fun!   So, if you live in a Western U.S. city, do you want me to come to you during that week?   If so, please write us and tell us what bookstores or health food stores (that sell books) we should come to, and if you’re willing to make that contact with them.   I have found they’re virtually always ecstatic to host an event–and it is an EVENT rather than a passive book signing–if you explain it to them.   They can check the book out on Amazon or here.

I’d love to meet you in person and get everyone you know pumped up about a mostly raw, whole foods diet!

11 thoughts on “Want a GreenSmoothieGirl class in your city?

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  1. please come to metro atlanta (north atlanta, to be more specific)! there are many health food stores here that would be great demonstration sites. the whole foods in the duluth suburb would be great!

  2. A great place to visit is the South Bay of the Los Angeles area – many interested people… Torrance, Redondo Beach, Manhattan Beach, Palos Verdes, Hermosa Beach… 🙂 Let me know!

  3. I am thinking of doing another week of stops in the EAST just because Jenni is getting lots of requests from people east of the Mississippi.

    So please blog here and/or contact her (support123@greensmoothiegirl.com) regardless of where you are, if you want to help set something up for where you are. Thanks for your interest!


  4. I would love to come to any/all of those places (including San Antonio, which needs EXTRA help, haha). I just need you to line up two health food stores and/or bookstores for the free class/demo followed by book signing–to make it worth the flight.

    Email Jenni at support123@greensmoothiegirl.com (she’s gotten some emails since this blog entry) and she’ll be in touch with a script to talk to health food store owners/managers, and a press release about the book.

    I hope to meet each and every one of you!


  5. Bellevue, WA at Whole Foods. (We’re on the eastside of Seattle.) I will network you a crowd! I’m sure that Whole Foods would be happy to host you, as they occasionally have in-store events (including Flamenco music and dancing the last time I was in there). I did a green smoothie presentation to my ward RS *before* I came across your site, and several mothers tell me that they now have their kids drinking them in the mornings. I’m sure they would LOVE to attend one of your events. !! 🙂

  6. St. George, UT would love you or even just my neighborhood. We have a new health food store that just opened or our good ole local one Dixie Nutrition. I am sure either would like to have you as a guest to boost business. Let me know what I can do personally to help make it happen. Thanks!

  7. Hi Robyn,

    I met Dan and Dave (?) at the Farmers Market yesterday and had a nice chat with them. I bought your book and drank a delicious smoothie. I’m well into the book and am really liking what I read. Can’t wait to get started. I am a massage therapist and also have a booth at the market. (I gave one of my cards to them to give to you.) I hope I continue to see you represented there!

    Karri Hartman, LMT


  8. We would love to have you anywhere in the sacramento, ca. area!!!! I would love to have you. I live in Galt, surrounding areas are Lodi- Sheris Sonshine Nutrition, Elk Grove- Elk Grove Vitamins or Borders Bookstore.

    Please Please Please!!!!!!!

  9. Well, I don’t know if you will want to come to San Antonio since it is the least healthy place you’ve ever been. But there is a crowd to appeal to, some people really do want to be healthy- just not the general population. There is one Whole Foods more on the east side of the city, or another chain is called “Sun Harvest”- they have a few different locations throughout the city and are a bit less expensive than Whole Foods. There also have a store closer to downtown called Central Market- a branch of HEB. I don’t know if you consider San Antonio a western city or not though, but love to have you if so!

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