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Green Mountain Energy Company Presents Check to Keep Fort Worth Beautiful
Saturday, 04 June 2011 12:29

Local Chapter receives $784 check after participating in Green Mountain’s Earth Day Charity Voting Challenge

 

June-04

Kelly Brcka, Director of Sales, Green Mountain Energy Company, presents a check to Debbie Branch, Program Coordinator of Keep Fort Worth Beautiful,   at the organization’s local office in Fort Worth.

 

 

 

Fort Worth, Texas - Keep Fort Worth Beautiful received a belated Earth Day gift. Green Mountain Energy Company, the nation’s leading competitive retail provider of cleaner energy, presented the local beautification chapter with a check for $784, a donation made on behalf of Green Mountain customers.

 

 

“This donation will help Keep Fort Worth Beautiful continue its efforts in beautifying the community and supporting its educational initiatives,” said Green Mountain’s Brcka “We are thrilled to see that Fort Worth area residents went on Facebook to vote and to share their enthusiasm for their city and the environment.”

 

On May 27th, 2011, director of sales at Green Mountain Energy Company, Kelly Brcka, presented the check to Debbie Branch, program coordinator of Keep Fort Worth Beautiful, at the organization’s local office, at 4100 Columbus Trail, Fort Worth, Texas. The donation was a result of Green Mountain’s first Earth Month Charity Voting Challenge, which took place during April. Through the Challenge, Green Mountain Facebook fans and customers were encouraged to vote for their favorite Keep Texas Beautiful affiliate to help it win a portion of an overall $5,000 donation.

 

The $5,000 donation was then split between the six affiliates based on the percentage of votes. The six Keep Texas Beautiful affiliates that participated in the Challenge were Dallas, Fort Worth, Waco, Houston, Corpus Christi, and McAllen.

 

The money will be used to continue to fulfill Keep Texas Beautiful’s mission to improve community environments through litter prevention, beautification and waste reduction. Keep Fort Worth Beautiful hosts Adopt-A-Street, Graffiti Abatement, and other educational programs throughout the year while also participating in statewide efforts such as the Don’t Mess with Texas Trash-Off.

 

“We’re excited to have the support of a company like Green Mountain Energy Company,” said Cathie Gail, executive director of Keep Texas Beautiful. “On a state level, one of our primary goals is providing education and support to our more than 365 local affiliates. They are our ‘troops on the ground,’ and this donation ensures that some dedicated organizations can continue doing all they can to help keep Texas beautiful.”

 

About Keep Texas Beautiful

In 1985, KTB became a state affiliate of Keep America Beautiful (KAB). Since then, KTB has been named an outstanding KAB state affiliate. KTB has the biggest environmental and community improvement network in Texas. It strives to inform and challenge Texans to take responsibility for improving their community through litter prevention, beautification, and waste reduction programs. For more information, visit www.ktb.org.


About Green Mountain Energy Company

Green Mountain, the nation’s leading competitive retail provider of cleaner energy and carbon offset solutions, was founded in 1997 to “change the way power is made.” The company is the longest serving green power marketer in the U.S. Green Mountain offers consumers and businesses the choice of clean electricity products from renewable sources, such as wind, as well as a variety of carbon offset products. Green Mountain’s largest customer is the “world’s most famous office building,” the Empire State Building in New York City. Green Mountain customers have collectively helped avoid over 11.3 billion pounds of CO2 emissions. As a wholly owned subsidiary of NRG Energy (NYSE:NRG), Green Mountain is backed by one of the nation’s largest renewable power producers. For more information, visit GreenMountain.com.

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