Our partnership with First Choice Power will significantly reduce trash at the event and educate hundreds of families on how a simple task such as recycling makes a positive impact on our environment.
Lewisville, TX (PRWEB) September 25, 2008
First Choice Power and the City of Lewisville will partner to reduce the number of plastic bottles and aluminum cans going to landfills during this year's Western Day Festival, scheduled for Saturday, September 27 from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. More than 10,000 participants will be encouraged to dispose of their recyclables in the First Choice Power red "Recycle Here" boxes.
"First Choice Power is proud to support Lewisville's efforts to help protect the environment," said Jeff Weiser, president of First Choice Power.
The Western Day Festival has been a Lewisville tradition for many years, said Lisa Weaver, Environmental Programs Coordinator for the City of Lewisville.
"It will be the first time Lewisville will recycle during the event," Weaver said. "Our partnership with First Choice Power will significantly reduce trash at the event and educate hundreds of families on how a simple task such as recycling makes a positive impact on our environment."
About the Lewisville Western Day Festival:
The popular Western Day Festival is designed to showcase Lewisville's rich history. Everyone will enjoy live music, arts and crafts vendors, gunfight re-enactments, trick ropers, petting zoo, car show, and the 2008 World Tamale Eating Championship. This all day event will keep you, your family, friends and visitors entertained while enjoying the days of the Old West. A ticket is required for admission. To get your free festival tickets, call 972-219-3401 or visit http://www.cityoflewisville.com.
About First Choice Power:
First Choice Power is one of Texas' largest retail electric providers. First Choice Power is committed to Simply Better prices, programs, customer care and community involvement. For more information, visit FirstChoicePower.com.
First Choice Power's Simply Better Recycling Program allows community members to request free recycling boxes for events, schools and festivals. First Choice Power has donated about 1,000 recycling boxes across the state. To learn more about First Choice Power's community programs and to request First Choice Power recycling boxes, visit http://www.FirstChoicePower.com/community.
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