I love the mission of “The Human Experiment” documentary, which encourages viewers to take control of the toxic chemicals in our environment and #switchtosafer. I blogged about it way back when the trailer launched online and the film started racking up awards on the festival circuit, so when I learned that “The Human Experiment” was set to launch nationwide this April, I knew I had to get involved. Want to join me? Help spread the word about “The Human Experiment” and you could win a trip for two to Los Angeles to see the premiere! With pressure mounting on Congress to pass meaningful toxic chemical reform, there could not be a better time to take action.
Feeling lucky? Win a trip for two to the Los Angeles premiere of “The Human Experiment”! Because if you’re not outraged, you’re not paying attention.
Inspired? Me, too! Now take a minute and enter to win a trip for two to “The Human Experiment” premiere, April 17th at the storied Laemmle Music Hall in Beverly Hills, CA. You and your guest will score airfare and a two-night stay at the opulent Sirtaj Beverly Hills Hotel, and I’ll personally escort you to the premiere.
You’ll get VIP treatment at all events associated with “The Human Experiment” premiere, which is sponsored by one of my favorite non-profits, the Environmental Media Association. Plus you’ll have a chance to meet celebrities involved with the film, including–I hope!–executive producer Sean Penn.
Do I hook you up or what? Here’s how it works:
1. Get points through Facebook, Twitter or Blogging–follow the prompts by entering below.
2. If you blog, make sure to include a link to “The Human Experiment” and explain why you think people should see the film in theaters or On Demand on April 17th.
2. You can Tweet daily; the more times you share, the more points you will receive.
3. The more points you have, the better your chances are to be one of 10 lucky people randomly selected to be in the final running.
4. The winner will be chosen by the producers of “The Human Experiment,” and notified by yours truly on April 10, 2015.
Can’t make the trip? “The Human Experiment” will screen in 10 cities nationwide–click here to find out if the movie is coming to your town and how to get it On Demand. Get a group together: Everyone should see this movie. Because, to quote the film, “if you’re not outraged, you’re not paying attention.”
About The Author
Better known as “Mommy Greenest,” Rachel Lincoln Sarnoff is a journalist, consultant, sustainability advocate and former CEO of Healthy Child Healthy World who was Editor in Chief of Children magazine—before she had three of her own. Rachel was featured in Los Angeles and Lucky magazines and appeared on “The Today Show” and “CNN Headline News,” among others, to share advice about healthier living with less judgement. The author of The Big List of Things That Suck and partner at Give + Take swap shop in Los Angeles, Rachel also publishes MommyGreenest.com, where “you shouldn’t have to be a scientist to raise healthy kids.” Follow her Facebook.com/MommyGreenest and at YouTube.com/RachelSarnoff.