Add Grist’s green living widget and win free green living starter kits from Seventh Generation
So another Earth Day has come and gone, along with many good ‘n’ green intentions made around the globe. Haven’t figured out a way to turn dirty laundry and that ring around the tub into a way to save the planet yet? Don’t worry; Grist is here to help — namely, by giving you the chance to win free green cleaning products from our friends at Seventh Generation. Let’s get that tub looking and smelling more peachy and less bleach-y, shall we?
Click “share” on the green living widget below, choose what kind of page you’ll be downloading it to, and follow the instructions from there. It’ll automatically serve you the most up-to-date Gristy green living content straight to the pages you’re on the most — your own.
Once you’ve done that, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and a link to your page with the widget on it. Then you’ll be entered for a chance to win one of five green living starter kits from Seventh Generation. We’re talking free stuff to keep your pad and the planet green and clean: from eco-toilet bowl cleaner (ew, you know it needs it!) to recycled paper towels to a nifty organic cotton tote! It’s all part of Grist’s Great Spring Greening Giveaway.
Five oh-so-lucky winners will be picked at random at the contest’s end — May 25, 2008. If your name is drawn, you must have the widget on your page at that time to win (cuz nobody likes a cheater).
When the Spring Greening sweepstakes is over, the contest graphic on the bottom of the widget will magically be updated with something else sleek and eco-chic, and you’ll keep getting the freshest of fresh green living tips, tricks, and resources from Grist. Ah, Grist — so fresh and so green (clean)!
Now hurry up and enter before your shot at winning goes down the drain!
Update [2008-5-28 16:42:20 by Ashley Braun]: Thanks to all who entered the giveaway! Entry is now closed, but you can still download the widget for gobs of green living tips and tricks from Grist.