Thursday, August 4, 2011

Vote for Cottage Grove Planters Project in Pepsi's Refresh Project!

Location: Chatham, Chicago, IL, USA
From the founder of Cottage Grove Planters

The Cottage Grove Planters Project that I spearhead has been selected for the Pepsi Refresh Project Grant Contest. If we get enough votes, the Cottage Grove Planters Society could win $5,000 to continue the work of planting flowers and installing student's artwork on the sides of the large planter pots that line Cottage Grove Avenue in Chicago, Illinois.


Please vote for this community beautification project. That money will help us purchase flowers and ensure that 13 more public schools can participate in improving their environment.
Simply go to: http://www.refresheverything.com/. If you have a facebook account, just click that to log in, if not you have to create a Pepsi account.

Click the "Communities" tab at the top and then select the $5,000.00 category and then click "Near You" on the drop down tab by "Shuffled Ideas" Look for "Beautify and add children's artwork to the Cottage Grove Planters"Then just click "Vote for This".

Please help us by voting for us, emailing this message to everyone you know and asking them to vote for us and remember, everyone can vote up to 3 times a day. If you buy Pepsi products, you can get up to 100 extra votes to use to vote for us with a unique "Power Vote" code found under the cap of specially-marked Pepsi bottles and specially-marked Pepsi 12 pack and 24 pack can packaging.
Thanking you in advance,

Leiana J. Thomas Gary, Founder

http://www.cottagegroveplanters.org/
It would be great if we could win it! It was ranked #12 as of Wednesday night.

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