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NorthEast Electrical Distributors to Give One Lucky School $50,000 in Energy Efficient Products
Project Green Lights School Sweepstakes Gives Local Communities the Chance to Upgrade a School with Energy Efficient Products and Installation
Boston, MA (October 3, 2013) – NorthEast Electrical Distributors' Project Green Lights 2013, a program designed to promote energy efficiency, has announced this year's community sweepstakes for K-12 schools across New England. This contest will give cities and towns from all over New England the chance to win $50,000 in interior energy efficient products and installation.
The Project Green Lights Sweepstakes is open to any public schools in all cities and towns in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Rhode Island and Connecticut. Entry into this contest, which began on September 10, 2013 and runs through October 24, 2013, will only be accepted from an authorized town or city school representative such as school principals, school district representatives or superintendents.
Authorized Representatives may nominate more than one school within their jurisdiction but each must be a separate entry in this contest. To be a valid entry in this contest, the online entry form must specifically identify the one (1) specific public school (by name) being nominated by that entry a completing a brief questionnaire and paragraph describing why their school deserves to win the interior energy efficiency products. All final prizes must be accepted by the Superintendent's office.
For complete rules and entry form visit: www.projectgreenlights.com. Remember the deadline to enter your school is October 24, 2013.
On or about November 5, 2013, one winner will be randomly selected from all entries received to be the potential Grand Prize winner, subject to verification of eligibility and completion of all required paperwork. The Authorized Representative who is listed on the winning entry form will be contacted by phone by a Station representative on or about November 5, 2013.