We’re partnering up with TEDxCSU, a TED conference affiliate in Fort Collins, Colorado, to offer a free pair of tickets to a lucky Redefining Waste supporter!
How to Enter:
Just post a comment on any of the six Redefining Waste episodes between today, Monday March 19, and Monday April 9 (cut off time 11:59 p.m. MST). The comment can be a personal reaction to the episode, a story you have to share, links to related info, etc. Anything goes! Feel free to comment on as many episodes as you like (up to six entries per person). On Tuesday, April 10th, we will randomly select a comment from those posted between the given time frame, and the comment’s author will be given two free tickets to the event! Plain and simple. The purpose of this campaign is to encourage viewers to interact with the webisodes, relate to them, and spread the word about their messages.
Here are links to each of the six episodes. Watch, comment, and be automatically entered to win two free TEDxCSU tickets:
About the event:
TEDxCSU’s inaugural sustainability summit “Grower Greener Generations” will take place at the Lincoln Center Performance Hall in Fort Collins, Colorado on Monday, April 23 from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. The event features 12 speakers from diverse backgrounds presenting their unique ideas on environmental sustainability in an engaging 18-minute format. Notable speakers include former Colorado governor Bill Ritter and renowned animal sciences professor Dr. Temple Grandin providing a welcome speech. The event includes several intermissions, food, drinks, art, networking, and giveaways. For a full lineup of speakers and more event info, check out their website, Facebook, and Twitter.
- Watch an episode
- Comment on it anytime between March 19 – April 9
- Read up on TEDxCSU and get excited!
- Check your E-mail on Tuesday, April 10 to see if you’ve won tickets!