Vote for your favorite Blue Sky partner for a chance to win a $500 Clipper card
There are so many great non-profit organizations doing important work in the Bay Area, now’s your chance to help them out. As part of BART’s Blue Sky Celebration, you can vote for your favorite BART Blue Sky non-profit partner here. The non-profits that get the most votes will win valuable exposure in front of BART’s 400,000+ daily weekday riders for their organizations, and YOU have a chance to win a $500 Clipper card just for voting. You can only vote one time, so make it count. You have until Sunday, May 12, 2013 to vote.
This contest features non-profits that are participating in our BART Blue Sky Festival, and are promoting some great initiatives that are making a difference locally.
You can vote for one of the following: Bay Area Green Tours, City CarShare, CUESA (Ferry Plaza Farmers Market), Earthjustice, Factory Farming Awareness Coalition, Food Shift, Friends of the Urban Forest, Greenbelt Alliance, Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco, Save the Bay and Sierra Club, SF Bay Chapter.
Alternate Method of Entry: e-mail or mail. Entrants may submit an entry for the sweepstakes, but will not be able to submit a vote by mail.
To submit by email, send an email with the subject line “BART Blue Sky Sweepstakes 2013, Attn: Email Submission” containing your full name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your email address and phone number will be used solely to notify you of a winning entry.
To submit by mail, include your full name and either a telephone number or email address, and mail your entry to BART Blue Sky Sweepstakes 2013, Attn: Mail Submission, Marketing Dept., P.O. Box 12688 (LKS-18) Oakland CA 94604-2688.
All entries received in this manner will be entered in the BART Blue Sky Sweepstakes, but will not be eligible to vote for their favorite Non-Profit. All entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. PT on May 12, 2013. Sponsor’s official judging organization’s computer is the official time keeping device for internet entries. Limit one entry per email address and/or person.