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Local builder Epic Development is excited to once again be a part of Revel In Reuse benefiting the Lifecycle Building Center’s (LBC) Nonprofit Material MATCH Program. From 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, March 16, the annual fundraiser will feature local food and beverages, music, prizes and more.

Revel in Reuse will host a number of chefs from Atlanta’s favorite dining spots such as 5 Seasons Westside Restaurant and Brewery, Leon’s Full Service, Local Three Kitchen & Bar, Southern Bistro, Taqueria Del Sol and Wrecking Bar Brewpub. This exciting event will also feature Eric Moncrief as the Master of Ceremonies and music from Atlanta-based bands The Dammages and Wasted Potential Brass Band. Additional refreshments will be provided by SweetWater Brewing Company and The Mercantile.

Guests will also have the opportunity to compete for incredible prizes, including a $15,000-value 5KW Residential Solar System from Hannah Solar and a $1,700-value three-day Tesla Model S test drive.

The LBC’s Nonprofit Material MATCH Program connects usable building materials destined for landfills with community organizations, nonprofits, houses of faith and schools that can use them for their construction projects and facility renovations. So far the organization has successfully provided material grants to 100 organizations and hopes to support another 60 organizations in 2017. Guests will have the opportunity to network with LBC’s partner companies and the nonprofits that benefit from LBC’s services.

Revel In Reuse will be held at Westside Market Antiques, located at 1530 Ellsworth Drive in Atlanta. The cost to attend Revel in Reuse is $25.

Lifecycle Building Center, founded in 2011, is a nonprofit community-based warehouse facility that aims to increase sustainability by providing reusable building materials to local organizations needing assistance in their construction or renovation projects. Since its inception, LBC has kept over 2.2 million pounds of building materials out of landfills and donated free building materials to 100 nonprofit organizations. To learn more about LBC, visit LifecycleBuildingCenter.org.

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