• By Donna Bukevicz
  • Posted July 8, 2015

Wow, we had a great day with REVERB at their Eco-Village! A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS, RIGHT?
Here’s the backstory — on May 27th, we received a kind invitation from Paige Roth, Community Outreach & Volunteer Program Manager for Reverb. If you aren’t familiar with REVERB– check out their link. The bottom line is they GREEN-UP tours for major acts like Dave Matthews, Jack Johnson, Maroon 5 and Barenaked Ladies (who we were lucky enough to be a part of for the July 3rd appearance at the PNC Waterside Pavillion in Solomons, MD).
Ok, so upon arrival, we met Emilio Roberts from Reverb (pictured kneeling in pic above)  who was super helpful (and fun) throughout the entire event. Every volunteer involved that day with Reverb made us feel like we were family and it was such a pleasure to work hand-in-hand with spreading each other’s mission. So, you ask – what is Reverb’s mission?

Reverb is deeply rooted within the music and environmental communities…

REVERB is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 2004 by environmentalist Lauren Sullivan and her musician husband, Adam Gardner of Guster. REVERB creates and executes comprehensive, custom programs to green the tour itself while engaging concertgoers to take action for the environment.
I hope we get the opportunity to be a part of Eco-Village real soon! Hey, maybe they’ll let me sing my song, "Talk About Saving the Word” (written with my Nashville friend CJ Watson) before Jack Johnson goes on! A girl can dream, right?
Thanks again Reverb– it was a blast!
We are here when you want us back….
Sincerely yours,
Donna Bukevicz, Co-Founder & President
Donna & Bill at Reverb booth
pictured here with my BIGGEST supporter, Bill (my  husband)