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THE ART OF RECYCLING: ”Paint Our Cans” At USANA Amphitheatre

Published: 03/17/2010

SALT LAKE CITY - In an effort to raise sustainability awareness, USANA Amphitheatre wants you to Paint Our Cans for a chance to win two reserved tickets to every concert we have this summer.
Paint Our Cans is part of USANA Amphitheatre's green initiative efforts to increase sustainability awareness while inspiring creativity through artistic expression.

If you're an artist, an avid music fan, an individual who cares about the environment, a company involved in green initiatives/corporate sustainability, or even an individual who can design a recycle bin like no other, then Paint Our Cans at USANA is calling on you. Artists and companies from around the state will submit their artwork, and or concept via E-Mail by Wednesday, Apr. 14, by 11:59 p.m to tmooney@uconcerts.com.

The submissions will be reviewed and 30 of them will be selected to Paint Our Cans. The 30 that are selected will receive information on how to pick up the recycle bins during Monday, Apr. 26, - Friday, Apr. 30, between 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. at USANA Amphitheatre. The painters will have until Wednesday, May 12, at 3:59 p.m. to Paint Our Cans. On Wednesday, May 12, the participants will bring their painted recycle bins to USANA Amphitheatre where their design will be judged by selected members of the community. The first place winner will win two reserved tickets to every show at USANA Amphitheatre this summer.

In 2009 USANA Amphitheatre's green initiatives recycled over five tons of recyclable material. According to Rocky Mountain Recycling these efforts amounted to saving 84,240 gallons of water, 674 gallons of gas, 119 mature trees, 28,080-kilowatt hours of electricity, 1797 lbs. of CO2, 2668 gallons of oil, 35.1 cubic yards of landfill airspace.

Contact Information:
Teresa Mooney, Vice President of Marketing
Office: 801-355-5522

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