Let's go green!

Did you know that April 17 - 21 is Earth Week?

This year we are taking to social media to share ways Pepper is making a difference - and how we can all build a more sustainable future together.

Help us spread the word with 3 Fun Contests and you could win a prize!

1: The Social butterfly contest

Each day we'll be sharing Pepper jobs that are making a difference and ideas that have the potential to improve the world we live in. Follow us and share #PepperGreenWeek posts with your friends. Prizes will be awarded for the most likes, and the most posts shared!

2. GreenUP Photo Contest

Take a moment to think about how you personally can make a difference. That could be greening your office space, sharing an idea on social media, visiting a sustainable jobsite, or any other green-related place. Share a picture with the hashtag #PepperGreenWeek and tag us. The top 3 pix will win a prize, as judged by a jury of your peers. Special creativity points will be added for the inclusion of a frog. Any green frog will do.

3. Win Friends and Influence People Contest

At the end of the week we’ll be sending an eblast to all of our customers and as always, we’ll send you a copy first. Take a moment to share this content with any of your personal connections you think might be interested. (Note: Your prize in this contest is an easy way to stay connected and make a difference.)

Stay tuned for the results of our contests coming your way on Monday, April 24th. #StayGreen! #PepperGreenWeek
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