eSchedule is celebrating Earth Day 2012 by planting trees on behalf of our customers.
April 22 marked the anniversary of what many consider the birth of the modern environmental movement, Earth Day. Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson founded Earth Day in 1970 after seeing the disaster following the massive 1969 oil spill in Santa Barbara, California. The move towards environmental protection through awareness of air and water pollution went global 1990 when Earth Day was observed by 200 Million people worldwide.
Earth Day is a launch pad for education, renewed commitments, and a reminder of an enduring way of life. Basically, we thought “Oh yeah, that is action we want a part of!” and will be planting trees on behalf of our customers. We have combined our great loves of ‘contribution’ and ‘easy’ to bring this program to life where we reward our customers for making paperless choices. Every year a tree will be planted on behalf of our customers for EACH eSchedule that goes unprinted.
Thank you to our extended family of eSchedule members. Your support creates the opportunity for this initiative to be reality. So, why not let us treat you to a tree!