Dana M. Lee: A Part of the Solution, Not the Pollution


When Dana Lee jumped at the chance to move to Atlanta from Buffalo, New York, and work with the Olympics, she had no idea that her work would eventually take a giant leap into an arena that affects all of us. What is that arena? It’s the Green Movement. For the past 11 years, Dana has been a staunch advocate for cleaner air in metro Atlanta.

Not only is this Eco-Advocate concerned about the condition of the environment, but she takes great strides to reduce her own carbon footprint. By volunteering with organizations such as Mothers & Others for Clean Air and Moms Clean Air Force, Dana is encouraging everyone she meets to “think green.” In addition, she has joined forces with Syntek Global and is helping people reduce their emissions by one-third, improving their fuel economy and helping them save cash at the pump by easily adding fuel treatments.

With her family now rooted and grounded in the Green Movement, Dana has not only taught them about recycling, but her lessons have helped them to become more conscious about the air quality as well. Her home is even nestled in one of Atlanta’s first sustainable communities. Since her young sons and father are asthmatics, it gives her more of a reason to stay motivated about the important work that she does.

Dana knows that educating the general public and convincing them to make lifestyle changes is no small feat when it comes to recycling and adding Xtreme Fuel Treatment to their vehicles, but she’s up for the challenge.

“There was a quote that hung in my parents’ living room that still motivates me today; and it read: ‘To achieve all that is possible; you must attempt the impossible. To be as much as you can be, you must dream of being more’,” she shares.

Sadly, her mother died of lung cancer in 2005, and it is her mother’s legacy that keeps her moving forward. Dana is always eager to speak with any group to share with them how they can be a part of the solution and not the pollution. She is encouraging everyone to take the Xtreme Fuel Treatment 90-Day Challenge and learn how they too can save money and improve Atlanta’s air quality by reducing emissions. Visit DanaBase.info to learn more.

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