Drummer from The Doors Attends Costa Rican Conference in November

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – John Densmore, drummer for the band The Doors, will visit Costa Rica in November as part of the international conference Planet, People, Peace (P3), reported the National Chamber of Ecotourism (CANAECO).

    Densmore, who entered the Hall of Fame Rock in 1993, was the drummer for The Doors from 1965 to 1973.

    Densmore will be one of many special guests attending the conference which will take place at the National Auditorium in San Jose from November 3rd – 6th.

    According to organizers the musician, now 68 years old, has always been an environmental activist. The conference will have presentations and panel discussions on topics such as green economy, sustainable destinations, country brand and how to market sustainability.

    “In addition to this time for analysis and reflection, for us is very important that attendees can see and feel real examples of successful companies and projects where sustainability is part of their business strategy,” said Glenn Jampol, president the CANAECO. (EFE)

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