Archive for July 2011
Adopt a Highway Program is now available in North Carolina! See your business on an outdoor sign next to a highway in North Carolina. Adopt a Highway Program is the socially responsible way to advertise your business. Be seen by millions of motorists driving through the highways of North Carolina as the environmentally conscious business that care about the community.
Take advantage of our current promotion and get multiple signs. With every one-year-contract, you get a $500 credit towards the second one-year-contract sign. This offer is only valid until September 30, 2011.
Now is the time for action! Our new Quarterly Promotion is here. Adopt a highway in your area and contribute to the clean environment of your community. Your company is featured on a sign next to the mile of the highway that you adopt. We do the cleaning, you get to recognition. From now until September 30, 2011, with every one-year-contract sign, you get a $500 credit towards your second one-year-contract sign. This is the time to get multiple highway signs and increase your advertising value. Get more marketing exposure, while fulfilling your social responsibility.
Please see our Markets page to see if a highway is available for adoption in your area.
The 2011 Adopt-A-Highway Volunteers of the Year Award went to Waste Management of Monterrey County, California. On May 25th, 2011, Caltrans honored the District 5 North Volunteers of the Year, Waste Management. Waste Management is a sponsor of Highway 1 in the district.
We are proud to be the service provider behind this award. Ruben Corona, our Supervisor for Monterrey County and his crew deserve our recognition and thanks. Their consistent hard work contributes greatly to our clean highways and environment in Northern California.
Hats off to you, Waste Management & Ruben Corona!
We are proud to announce our first sponsor on the South Bay Expressway in Southern California. Chula Vista Nature Center shows its support for our environment by keeping the Expressway clean. The 10-mile South Bay Expressway takes you to the places you want to go. Beginning at SR-905 in Otay Mesa, the Expressway provides fast and convenient access to and from Mexico and communities across San Diego County.
The Chula Vista Nature Center is a living, breathing, flapping, buzzing and splashing home to the unique animals and plants of Southern California. 6 miles south of downtown San Diego, the Nature Center sits on the 316-acre Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge.
The Nature Center is not a natural history museum. Rescued birds thrive at exhibits like Raptor Row and Eagle Mesa. Owls, pelicans, gnatcatchers and eagles are just a few of our resident native birds.
The Chula Vista Nature Center is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to providing environmental education on coastal resource conservation, and instilling a respect for nature and wildlife in people of all ages.
We do this by providing interactive wildlife learning experiences. Our curators and volunteer docents introduce guests to the way our native creatures live in their natural habitats.