Archive for January, 2008

NeighborHuddle attends annual CAI conference

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008

On January 19, 2008 NeighborHuddle attended the Community Association Institute (CAI) Illinois chapter’s annual trade show and conference in Rosemont, Illinois. This was an opportunity to see what’s new in the association living industry, attend round table discussions and network with over 150 vendors related to every aspect of community living.  HOA  / condo websites continued to be a hot topic among the attendees and we were excited to spread the word about our unique solution.

Follow Up: NeighborHuddle helps recycle Christmas trees in Chicago

Sunday, January 13th, 2008

I’ve heard that a Christmas tree takes up as much space as a washing machine in the waste stream. I’m proud to report that NeighborHuddle and treecycle.org helped recycle over 200 washing machines, I mean Christmas trees, from the alleys of Chicago this year. On a beautiful 60 degree Sunday in January, Chris Hohenstein with the Chicago Conservation Core and I navigated a donated U-Haul truck through the residential alleys of the Lincoln Park and Lakeview neighborhoods. The good news was that we collected as many trees as we did. The bad news is that we could have worked around the clock and never run out of trees.
Trecycle - unloading trees (more…)