Swapsity.ca had great location beside the presentation and had been advertising online and offline for everyone to bring cd's, dvd's and vinyl records. They didn't disappoint!
At the end of the three days 2,800 were swapped and a total of 3,437 media were recycled and diverted from landfills. That’s over $21,000 that Torontonians were able to save by swapping instead of shopping! The remaining 850 items are going to start off the next swap meet, happening July 21st. We also polled swappers as they left the Swap Zone and 90% of survey swappers indicated they left very happy.
Jim Pagiamtzis at the Green Living Show Day 1 Direct Energy Centrehttp://youtu.be/TLgkxL_EArA
Jim Pagiamtzis interviewing attendee with a great family story at theGreen Living showhttp://youtu.be/FGOmnehg0r8
Would all the volunteer who assisted in making this event a huge success, There few numerous attendees who spontaneous and assisted on the third day. It got really busy mid-afternoon!
Would like to Thank everyone for attending the event and the Swaptopus will see you on July 21st at the Yonge and Dundas. For other events happening go to http://www.swapsity.ca/landing for future events happening in April and May 2012