Write A Thank You to a Military Member at the Project EverGreen Booth (# 365)
or Fill Up A Passport Card and You Could Win A Yeti 35” Tundra Cooler

A simple thank you means a lot, especially to a member of the military that is deployed away from home.

To help green industry professionals attending the GIE + EXPO in Louisville, Kentucky October 17-19 say “thank you” to our nation’s heroes, Project EverGreen will sponsor a thank you card writing initiative.

The cards will be delivered to military personnel through Operation Gratitude, a national organization that provides care packages and messages of appreciation to military members.

“Sometimes the simplest gestures mean the most and taking a few minutes to write a note of appreciation is a way all members of the green industry can thank our military personnel for their sacrifice and service to our country,” says Cindy Code, executive director of Project EverGreen. “We encourage all attendees of the GIE + EXPO to stop by our booth, complete a card and learn more about our GreenCare and SnowCare for Troops programs.”

Attendees can stop by the Project EverGreen booth (# 365) to write their note on a special pre-printed postcard. Attendees writing a note will be eligible to be entered into a drawing to possibly win a Yeti 35” Tundra cooler.

You could win a Yeti cooler by writing a thank you note to a member of the military. Visit the Project EverGreen booth ($365) and write your note.

Attendees of the GIE + EXPO can also enter to win a Yeti cooler by picking up a Project EverGreen Passport Card and collecting stamps at any of the following participating partner booths:

• Project EverGreen (# 365)
Nufarm (# 22110)
Toro (# 7148)
BOSS Snowplow (# 11212)
SiteOne Landscape Supply (# 20090)

Cards with all five stamps will be entered into the drawing which will be held at 11:30 a.m. in the Project EverGreen booth on Friday, October 19.

The GreenCare and SnowCare for Troops initiatives provide complimentary lawn care, landscape and snow removal services for families of deployed military personnel.

For more information on how to register to become a volunteer for either program, visit the https://bit.ly/2fyOSqI