Teaser Release: April's "Earth-Day E-Waste Scavenger Hunt™" An Event Challenge that helps protect the global environment and planet of epic proportion, while providing every Schools, Organizations, Clubs, and Individuals a chance to Win the Grand Prize Amount of $15,000 or more!
CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif., March 1, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- This April, participate in the month-long Earth-Day E-Waste Scavenger Hunt™, an environmental sustainability project competition, to win a $15,000 Cash Grand Prize. Every participating team has a chance to win the same Grand Prize amount, not to mention the other prizes, including a "THUNDER PROGRESSIVE JACKPOT™*", a "LIGHTNING PROGRESSIVE JACKPOT™*", and various other prize contributions from our sponsors.
There will be a series of 8 E-Waste collection events throughout the month of April, each E-Waste item collected and declared on a team's behalf will be calculated by a predetermined point system and allocated to the corresponding teams. Each participating team that is able to collect a total of 150,000 points or more within the one month period will be rewarded a Grand Prize Amount of $15,000. The team(s) unable to reach the required points will still be eligible to qualify in a very commensurate Cash Prize of their qualified category.
There are also two Progressive Cash Jackpots awarded for team(s) meeting additional criteria. Upon fulfilling the required 150,000 point target mark, the team that has the most total qualified points wins the "THUNDER PROGRESSIVE JACKPOT™" and the team that reaches the target 150,000 point target mark in the shortest amount of time wins the "LIGHTNING PROGRESSIVE JACKPOT™". It is possible for any one team or person to walk away with $15,000 in Grand Prize Money, and both THUNDER & LIGHTNING PROGRESSIVE CASH JACKPOTS, and any sponsorship contributions for the top winner. The project organizers are currently seeking sponsorships and contribution opportunities. Groups and teams interested in participating must apply soon as there is limited number of team spots available.
About The Earth-Day E-Waste Scavenger Hunt™
The Earth-Day E-Waste Scavenger Hunt™ is an innovative project to protect the global environment by reducing E-Waste and resources in communities, landfills, and high-desserts due to illegal-dumping. The E-Waste reduction will help prevent the leakage of various hazardous toxins (i.e., Mercury, Lead, Cadmium, etc) found in E-Waste that is polluting our soil and water systems. Also, proper recycling also helps save landfill space for the appropriate waste streams; help conserve natural resources through the reuse of the recovered materials and minimizing fossil fuel and energy consumption by utilizing the existing resources.
Most importantly, this event creates a new support avenue for schools, school clubs and organizations, and other educational organizations in their continued commitment to nurture and enrich our children, while allowing community activists and clubs in their continued effort to bring support to their communities. This month-long event brings awareness to communities concerning the effects of E-Waste, and proper recycling practices. The event also instills good values in our children, teaching them the important fact, "There are infinite possibilities if we set our minds to it such as this creative event."
For additional details to come, please stay tuned to www.happyrecyclers.com.
If you'd like more information on this topic, or would like to schedule an interview with Happy Recyclers™, please feel free to call Burt Russell, Event Coordinator, or Paul-long Lee, Public Relations, at (626) 820-0598, (toll free at 888.330.8088), email Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your time and consideration.
* The amount of the Progressive Jackpots (the THUNDER PROGRESSIVE JACKPOT™ and the LIGHTNING PROGRESSIVE JACKPOT™) and sponsorship contributions may vary based on the number of sponsors, contributions, and other contributing organizations. Some sponsors may also elect to withhold their contribution dollars for only Schools and 503 (c) nonprofit organizations.
SOURCE Happy Recyclers