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Re: [greenyes] litter slogan
I would think a slogan that would work best might have some local or
regional flavor to it. What if you had a slogan contest with local
citizenry? Get some big corporate sponsorship so that your media can't help
but cover it. That way you get citizens to do the work and are able to
publicize what you're about to launch simultaneously. A slogan by a local
citizen also makes things a bit more meaningful and close to home. You get
buy in from the get go.

 David Biddle, Executive Director
 P.O. Box 4011
 Philadelphia, PA 19118
 215-432-8225 (mobile)


> Hello everyone,
> I'm trying to think up a catchy slogan for our City's new anti litter
> campaign.  We have a "Curb the Clutter" program that we operate where groups
> can adopt roads and keep them clean, but we are targeting new efforts through
> signage and educational programs along with more help from our police
> department.  The police will be sponsoring a postcard program which allows the
> general public to turn in people caught in the act.  The police will send a
> letter to the offender and keep a database going. Anyway, several of us were
> trying to get creative and find a new slogan for our efforts.  Does anybody
> have a good one we might borrow or can you think of something good?  If so let
> me know.  Thanks in advance.
> Brian Pugh
> Waste Reduction Coordinator
> Fayetteville Solid Waste and Recycling
> 479-718-7685
> 479-444-3478 Fax
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