"During this time we will not only host content and video guides on Hydroponics we will also do something we have never done before. GoGreen will offer a Hydroponics starter kit to one lucky reader. “
(PRWEB) August 21, 2012
Hydroponics is a rapidly growing green living topic. Through hydroponics, urban green families can enjoy organic fruits and vegetables regardless of their location. In an effort to share the benefits of Hydroponics and what it can offer to a green family, the staff of GoGreen.org will be offering a free Hydroponic starter kit to one lucky reader.
This announcement was made at a recent business meeting held by content and social media manager Megan Coogle. During the meeting, Ms. Coogle explained the concept behind the GoGreen.org Hydroponics Evolution. “We are starting a new theme this week and it will be Hydroponics. We are doing something a little different. This week we will extend the theme to last from August 20, 2012 to August 31,2012. During this time we will not only host content and video guides on Hydroponics we will also do something we have never done before. GoGreen will offer a Hydroponics starter kit to one lucky reader. “
The concept for this endeavor is simple. The GoGreen.org reader with the most Facebook shares, participation in blog comments and who brings on the most Twitter and Facebook followers during the selected time frame will receive a free Hydroponics Starter Kit. There are several ways to register for the event and each way will be listed on the Rafflecopter giveaway located on the GoGreen.org Facebook site.
“We will make the formal announcement and begin the Rafflecopter drawing on August 21, 2012. To be eligible for the Hydroponics kit a reader simply needs to follow us on Facebook and register through the giveaway link. All the ways to earn their way to the top of the raffle will be listed through the Rafflecopter link on our Facebook site. The winner of the raffle will be determined through Rafflecopter’s program and will be announced on September 1, 2012.”
For more information, follow GoGreen.org on Twitter @liveandgogreen and Facebook.