Governor Ventura Declares April 27 'Battery Check Day'

Apr 27, 2001, 01:00 ET from Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation

                Minnesota's Community Programs Recognized for
             Leading the Nation in Recycling Rechargeable Batteries
 
     WHAT: Battery Check Day is April 27.
 
     WHY:       As one of the "greenest" states in the country, Minnesota
                recycles over three times more rechargeable batteries than any
                other state in the U.S. through community collection programs.
                To celebrate this achievement, Governor Ventura has declared
                Friday, April 27, 2001 Battery Check Day.
 
     WHO:       To celebrate, Richard Karn, RBRC's celebrity spokesperson who
                played "Al" from TV's Home Improvement, and the Rechargeable
                Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC) are "Going to Bat for
                Batteries" by sponsoring the Twins game at the Metrodome.
 
                In a field ceremony prior to the Twins game, Hennepin County,
                home to the Metrodome, will receive RBRC's National Community
                Recycling Leadership Award for leading the nation in collecting
                and recycling rechargeable batteries.
 
     WHEN:      Friday, April 27, 6:30 p.m., The H.H.H. Metrodome, Minnesota
                Twins vs. the Baltimore Orioles
 
     WHAT ELSE: RBRC is the sponsor of "Battery Check Day," a
                national day to encourage people to check the batteries in
                their portable products such as cordless and cellular phones,
                cordless power tools and laptop computers and, if their
                rechargeable batteries no longer hold a charge, to recycle
                them.
 
     For additional information, please contact:
     Adaku Aharanwa
     Stanton Crenshaw Communications
     212-780-1900 ext. 526
     Adaku@stanton-crenshaw.com
 
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SOURCE Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation
                Minnesota's Community Programs Recognized for
             Leading the Nation in Recycling Rechargeable Batteries
 
     WHAT: Battery Check Day is April 27.
 
     WHY:       As one of the "greenest" states in the country, Minnesota
                recycles over three times more rechargeable batteries than any
                other state in the U.S. through community collection programs.
                To celebrate this achievement, Governor Ventura has declared
                Friday, April 27, 2001 Battery Check Day.
 
     WHO:       To celebrate, Richard Karn, RBRC's celebrity spokesperson who
                played "Al" from TV's Home Improvement, and the Rechargeable
                Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC) are "Going to Bat for
                Batteries" by sponsoring the Twins game at the Metrodome.
 
                In a field ceremony prior to the Twins game, Hennepin County,
                home to the Metrodome, will receive RBRC's National Community
                Recycling Leadership Award for leading the nation in collecting
                and recycling rechargeable batteries.
 
     WHEN:      Friday, April 27, 6:30 p.m., The H.H.H. Metrodome, Minnesota
                Twins vs. the Baltimore Orioles
 
     WHAT ELSE: RBRC is the sponsor of "Battery Check Day," a
                national day to encourage people to check the batteries in
                their portable products such as cordless and cellular phones,
                cordless power tools and laptop computers and, if their
                rechargeable batteries no longer hold a charge, to recycle
                them.
 
     For additional information, please contact:
     Adaku Aharanwa
     Stanton Crenshaw Communications
     212-780-1900 ext. 526
     Adaku@stanton-crenshaw.com
 
                     MAKE YOUR OPINION COUNT -- Click Here
                http://tbutton.prnewswire.com/prn/11690X16087414
 
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