Both Employees and SummitCove homeowners will be working together to keep Colorado roads clean and beautiful, all while enjoying a little bit of exercise and that beautiful Colorado sunshine.
Keystone, CO (PRWEB) February 16, 2012
SummitCove.com Vacation Lodging in Keystone is doing their part and giving back to their community and planet by participating in the Colorado Adopt-A-Highway Program. The program was designed to help keep Colorado beautiful by cleaning up trash that people have dumped on us along our highways. It allows volunteers to help with roadside cleanups, instead of having to hire someone to do the job, saving taxpayers' money. It also promotes public awareness of the environment, green practices and promotes civic responsibility and pride within the community.
SummitCove.com has chosen to adopt part of Interstate I-70 at mile points 215 to 217, an area that is just East of the Eisenhower Tunnel and just a few miles west of the Loveland Pass exit that heads directly to Arapahoe Basin and Keystone. Volunteers of the program are provided with all the tools they will need including safety vests, signs, litter bags, and trash disposal- all that is required of them is the donation of their time and efforts. Cleanups will be scheduled at least four times throughout the year, for a minimum of two years. Both Employees and SummitCove Keystone Homeowners will be working together to keep Colorado roads clean and beautiful, all while enjoying a little bit of exercise and that beautiful Colorado sunshine.
Residents and tourists alike will benefit from our efforts, keeping the interstate cleaner and safer for those traveling to Keystone and beyond. SummitCove.com is proud to be participating in the program and to be helping keep our earth clean and beautiful.