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WhatTheyThink Extends Environmental Innovation Awards Application Deadline

In order to give entrants to the Fourth Annual Environmental Awards as much time as possible to complete their applications,

By Richard Romano
Published: March 20, 2012

In order to give entrants to the Fourth Annual Environmental Awards as much time as possible to complete their applications, WhatTheyThink has extended the deadline for entry. “We’ve had a large number of applications downloaded and we want to include as many great sustainability stories as possible this year,” said WhatTheyThink President Eric Vessels, “so we’re giving everyone who has an application a bit more time to get it in. We look forward to giving proper recognition to all the great environmental efforts in the industry.” Applicants now have until Friday, April 6th, to get their applications in. Richard Romano, Managing Editor of WhatTheyThink’s Going Green added, “We’d like to thank everyone who has submitted their applications this year as well as our great partner Unisource for their support. Together they are making it possible to bring recognition to companies doing some great things.” Winners will be announced on April 23rd (the Monday after Earth Day) and will be flown to Atlanta, where they will be presented their awards by executives from WhatTheyThink and Unisource. Be sure to send your applications to Awards@WhatTheyThink.com before Friday, April 6. Don’t miss out on this valuable opportunity! Don’t have an application? There’s still time! You may still download applications at http://whattheythink.com/environmental-award/.

Please offer your feedback to Richard. He can be reached at richard@whattheythink.com.

 

 

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