America Recycles Day
America Recycles Day 2013
Register You Events Today!
It's official- registration for America Recycles Day 2013 is open and it's time to register your ARD events.
This year's ARD theme "I Want To Be Recycled" not only ties into the Ad Council Campaign that was launched earlier this month, but will also help to educate people on the importance of recycling to our economic and environmental well-being.
As a previous America Recycles Day Event Organizer, here are some important details about ARD 2013:
1. This year, we have switched our registration process over to RE-TRAC Connect, a registration database that many of the other Keep America Beautiful programs use. To register all of your collection, proclamation, pledge drive and education events click here. We also highly recommend that you download the America Recycles Day registration guide, to help answer any questions you may have.
2. Once again, to support event organizers, there will be best practices guides for hosting events, activity ideas, downloadable posters and banners, media outreach tools, sample proclamations, and much more available on the ARD toolkit page.
3. Keep America Beautifuls' third annual, "Recycle-Bowl," competition runs from October 21- November 15, culminating on America Recycles Day. For more information on how to get your local school's involved, visit thee Recycle-Bowl website at http://recycle-bowl.org.
SAVE THE DATE- Event Organizer Webinars
We will also be hosting two event organizer webinars where we will provide highlights of 2012 and share what is new for 2013.
August 20 - 2:00-3:00 pm EST ARD 2013 Event Organizer Webinar- Click here to register
September 24- 2:00-3:00 pm EST ARD 2013 Event Organizer Webinar- Click here to register
Thank you for your efforts to host America Recycles Day Events and encourage your friends and neighbors to recycle. Should you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com
All the Best,
The Keep America Beautiful Team
Thank you to our National sponsors of America Recycles Day