Thursday, August 15, 2013

Hey, Nonprofits: Need Landscaping?

Posted By on Thu, Aug 15, 2013 at 10:00 AM

Most of the press releases we receive are useless. (Sorry, folks out there in PR land!) So here's hoping this one saying that Tucson's Santa Rita Landscaping is giving away a $10,000 landscape package to a local nonprofit is more than just a way to get more likes on the company's Facebook page.

Nominations start today. Get cracking:

Tucson landscaping company, Santa Rita Landscaping, is giving away a $10,000 landscape package to a local non-profit organization. Nomination of deserving non-profit organizations starts August 14.

“We appreciate the good work of the numerous Southern Arizona non-profit organizations and want to do our part to give back to our community,” said Garrett Ham, Santa Rita Landscaping co-owner. “We are excited to be able to offer a landscaping giveaway that will create a beautiful, functional outdoor space for the clients and staff members of a deserving non-profit.

Nominations will be accepted from August 14 through September 12. To nominate a charity, please visit the Santa Rita Landscaping Facebook Page at facebook.com/srlandscaping, like the page, and submit your nomination.

Facebook fans will be able to vote for the winning non-profit from September 18 through October 31. The winner, selected by Facebook fans and a Santa Rita Landscaping selection committee, will be announced on Santa Rita Landscaping’s Facebook page on November 12.

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