For Immediate Release
Date: April 16, 2015
What: Join us for the launch of the Keep Savannah Clean initiative. The City of Savannah has joined with Parker’s, Savannah Morning News and many local sponsors to educate and implement a citywide anti-littering campaign with the goal to curb littering in Savannah by 50%. Litter is costly, unsightly and growing quickly out of control. Join us at this event to learn more about how the Savannah community can get involved and how everyone can become a member of our #LitterCrew.
WHEN: Wednesday, April 22 at 10 a.m.
WHERE: Forsyth Park Fountain
The Honorable Edna Jackson; Mayor, The City of Savannah
Stephanie Cutter; City Manager, The City of Savannah
Greg Parker; President and CEO, The Parker Companies
ABOUT KEEP SAVANNAH BEAUTIFUL:
Keep Savannah Beautiful (KSB) is a local affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, a national non-profit public education organization dedicated to improving waste handling practices in American communities. Keep Savannah Beautiful started as the Clean Community Advisory Council in October 1979. The name changed after the council went through training and certification by Keep America Beautiful. The Mayor and Aldermen appoint Keep Savannah Beautiful board members for one, two or three year terms. If you’re interested in volunteering for the board, call (912) 651-1967.
98.7 the River, BB&T, Brasseler, Carey Hilliard’s, Chatham Orthopedics, Clear Channel - iHeart Radio, Comcast, DBA, Dulany Industries, Inc., Envirovac, Foram Group, Gulfstream, Hunter Maclean, JCB, Judge Realty, Keep Savannah Beautiful, Kennickell Printing, Kessler Group, Lamar Outdoor, LNG, McDonald’s, The Parker Companies, River Street Sweets, Savannah Tire, Seacrest Partners, SEDA, Savannah Chamber of Commerce, Savannah Morning News, South Coast, Southern Motors, Thomas & Hutton, TitleMax, Waste Management and WTOC.