SHARE AND SPREAD AGRICULTURE’S GOOD NEWS
It’s time to share the good news about agriculture! Whether your business has won an Environmental Respect Award, or you have simply participated in the program to better your business, you can share your environmentalism with your community, customers, and employees by hosting an Environmental Respect Award Celebration Day event. Information on Celebration Days can be found below, including downloadable templates and graphics to help you plan your event and share your good news.
WHAT ARE CELEBRATION DAYS?
A Celebration Day is an event held to honor Environmental Respect Award winners at the state/province, country, regional and Ambassador of Respect levels. It is an opportunity for the award-winning business to display its efforts to the local community, including community leaders and customers, with a visit and tour of the business. The event usually includes a tour, food, a presentation of the award by the DuPont District Sales Manager and various other activities to be determined by the operation.
WHEN ARE CELEBRATION DAYS HELD?
The winning business usually coordinates their Celebration Days event along with the DuPont District Sales Manager. The event can be held at any time the parties decide is best. Preferably, the event should be held before January of the next year.
IS THERE ANY PLANNING HELP AVAILABLE?
The Environmental Respect Awards staff will assist you in the planning process. The staff can give you ideas on what activities to incorporate into your event and answer any questions regarding the process. For help, contact:
Jim Sulecki, 440.942.2000 or email@example.com
WHAT IS THE BENEFIT OF HOLDING A CELEBRATION DAY EVENT?
Your Celebration Day is a chance for the community to see and appreciate the efforts that go into being an environmental steward every day. Taking this opportunity is a great way to reach customers and community members with agriculture’s environmental message while gaining publicity for the award-winning operation.
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