Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful Premieres Pledge-a-Palooza to Inspire Environmental Stewardship
Environmentally-Focused Non-Profit Organization in Georgia to Award $100 Prizes to 20 Lucky Participants Who Take the Pledge and Submit Photos of Their Good Works to Keep Gwinnett County Clean and Beautiful Between Now and July 1, 2014
1) Take the Pledge: Participants are asked to visit www.GwinnettCB.org in order to Take the Pledge and be registered in the non-profit’s system. Taking the Pledge means that the “pledgee” is committed to being an environmental steward for Gwinnett County… caring for the land, water and endeavoring to “live green” every day by changing certain habits and practices at home, school, work and play. In the event that they’re already registered in the system for Taking the Pledge during recent months, the participant is ready to move on to step 2.
2) Take Part in a Planet-Friendly Activity: Participants are asked to take part in a planet-friendly activity that is listed on the Take the Pledge page, including: Put Litter in its Place, Recycle More, Wipeout Grafitti, Beautify Your Space, Grow Green, Save Our Streams, Reduce and Reuse, Green Up the Neighborhood and more. They will need to take photos of their participation as part of their submission for consideration for a prize.
3) Submit Your Pledge-a-Palooza Project and Pictures: Participants are asked to send a brief summary of their project, names of fellow participants or company/organization name, and pictures of their participation in submitted project to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 p.m. on July 1, 2014. All submissions received by close of business on Tuesday, July 1 will be considered for one of 20 prizes of $100 each. Winners will be selected at random from submissions received and will be announced the week of July 7, 2014. Photos may be published.
About Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful: Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful Services, Inc. (GCB) is an award-winning 501(c)3 charitable organization in Georgia that boasts an expansive community-based network dedicated to finding long term solutions to environmental and quality of life issues through individual action. The organization is guided by a 55-member Citizens Advisory Board that represents all sectors of the Gwinnett County community. A nationally recognized leader in creating cleaner, greener and more livable communities throughout Gwinnett, GCB involves more than 100,000 volunteers annually to help prevent litter and graffiti, recycle and reduce waste, and increase environmental awareness. To learn more about Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful and its programs, aspiring environmental stewards are invited to visit www.GwinnettCB.org.
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