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April 22, 2009
Seminar on biofuels station at university Warren Wagner, principal architect of W3, in conjunction with a small group of students, will host a seminar from 1 to 3 p.m. Tuesday at Woodbury University highlighting work being done to analyze, research and design a biofuels station. The station includes zip car rentals, on-site micro production, cafe space and retail and fleet fueling pumps. The event promises to challenge how individuals view fueling conditions as well as propose tangible solutions to America?
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April 30, 2003
Ice-cream-loving locals lined up outside Ben & Jerry's Burbank Scoop Shop on Palm Avenue for Free Cone Day on Tuesday as Burbank firefighters raised money while handing out treats. Some patrons even went for seconds and thirds as the store offered unlimited samples. The annual give-away is celebrating the company's 25th anniversary. Last year, scoop shops across the world gave away more than 1 million free samples. This year, seven new flavors have been introduced, including Brownie Batter, Uncanny Cashew and Chocolate Chocolate Cookie.
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April 20, 2002
Maya Kukes BURBANK VILLAGE -- As part of an Earth Day celebration, Ben & Jerry's will be giving away free scoops of ice cream all day Monday. The ice cream giveaway dates back to 1979, when Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield celebrated their first year of business by giving away free ice cream. The company chose Earth Day as "Free Cone Day" to help publicize the day of environmental awareness. Free Cone Day visitors will be asked to take a pledge at Ben & Jerry's stores to help address global warming, by doing things like driving less and voicing their concerns with political messages to Congress about energy efficiency legislation.
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By Jeremy Oberstein | April 8, 2008
DOWNTOWN — Ben Cohen looked out onto a swarming Burbank crowd Monday, attracted by free ice cream and the thumping beats of the African Children’s Choir, and vowed to help eradicate one of the ills plaguing a portion of the global population. “Some people think there is nothing we can do about poverty,” said Cohen, known more congenially as Ben, from Ben & Jerry’s. “The reality is different.” Cohen and members of ONE, a Washington, D.C.-based organization dedicated to fighting Third World poverty, announced the newest Ben & Jerry’s flavor — ONE Cheesecake Brownie — in front of the Burbank store, near San Fernando Boulevard.
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By Jeremy Oberstein | April 9, 2008
DOWNTOWN — Ben Cohen looked out onto a swarming Burbank crowd Monday, attracted by free ice cream and the thumping beats of the African Children’s Choir, and vowed to help eradicate one of the ills plaguing a portion of the global population. “Some people think there is nothing we can do about poverty,” said Cohen, known more congenially as Ben, from Ben & Jerry’s. “The reality is different.” Cohen, co-founder Jerry Greenfield and members of ONE, a Washington, D.C.-based organization dedicated to fighting Third World poverty, announced the newest Ben & Jerry’s flavor — ONE Cheesecake Brownie — in front of the Burbank store, near San Fernando Boulevard.
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April 22, 2009
Seminar on biofuels station at university Warren Wagner, principal architect of W3, in conjunction with a small group of students, will host a seminar from 1 to 3 p.m. Tuesday at Woodbury University highlighting work being done to analyze, research and design a biofuels station. The station includes zip car rentals, on-site micro production, cafe space and retail and fleet fueling pumps. The event promises to challenge how individuals view fueling conditions as well as propose tangible solutions to America?
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