Florida State University Football Recycling Program

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Type: Program

Status: Launched in 2005

Source File: http://www.sustainablecampus.fsu.edu/g4.html

Description:

It's time for the 2007 Seminole Football Season and we want YOU to participate!

We need participants to help promote the “Garnet and Gold Goes Green!” Football Recycling Program to all fans at Doak Campbell Stadium and selected tailgating areas. The program was a Touchdown in the 2005 & 2006 season, and with your help, we can make the 2007 season one for the Record Books.

Help at "Our House"

  • Approximately 20 to 40 volunteers including individuals, organizations, and/or community members are needed for each home game to assist fans.
  • Participants are asked to arrive at the stadium 2 and half hours before the start of the game and stay half of an hour after kickoff.
  • As fans enter the stadium, participants, acting as the “friendly face” of recycling encourage fans to utilize the provided recycling stations.

Start Now!!
With 8 home games this season, it is easy to find a game that fits your organization’s schedule. A complete schedule is available here.

In addition to documenting your community service hours through the ServScript Program and helping the environment, your organization will be eligible to earn a wonderful new award!

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