UPDATE: April 25, 2009, 10pm
It’s official. Congratulations to our two lucky winners selected at random, Vanessa T. of Wisconsin, and Betty C. of Nebraska. Thanks to everyone for participating. Didn’t win this one? Try your luck by entering our next giveaway, just look in the center column of our site, under Green Giveaways.
(Original post follows…)
Here’s another Great Green Giveaway of eco friendly lawn tools, generously sponsored by Black and Decker. Our First Prize Winner will be able to spruce up their yard by using this eco friendly, 18 volt automatic feed, rechargeable GrassHog Feed/Trimmer/Edger (weed wacker). The Second Prize Winner will receive an 18 volt rechargeable, cordless HedgeHog Hedge Trimmer.
These great Black and Decker products run on electricity stored on a rechargeable battery. No need for gasoline! No cords to cut through or trip over. These lawn care tools emit zero emissions with no spilled oil or gasoline to pollute the environment and your yard. How cool is that? Save money, the planet and your hearing, (these are a lot quieter than gas-powered devices).
If you don’t have a yard but know someone who does – these clean and green lawn tools would make great gifts.
1st Prize valued at approximately $99.99 + (plus free shipping, anywhere in the U.S.)
2nd Prize valued at approximately $84.99 + (plus free shipping, anywhere in the U.S.)
To Enter this Random Drawing, simply:
Visit blackanddecker.com. Then leave a comment on this post, telling us how these yard tools would suit your lifestyle. (Winners must reside in the USA.)
Add the following address to your email address book:
m at AlternativeConsumer.com. (*one entry per person)
The two lucky winners will be selected in our Random Drawing, and notified by email on Thursday, April 23 at approximately 8p (ET). Winner has 24 hours to claim their prize, or offer is null and void. Winner’s name will also be included on this post.
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The more ways you post about it, the more entries you receive.
Time’s ticking, so start clicking, and good luck!
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As if I don’t spend enough time on the keyboard already…
Designers Bonuccelli and Lamm have created this nifty eco-recliner as a submission to the UMUL 2009 project (Use More, Use Less), a permanent workshop on re-use in design. The recliner requires a bunch of identical keyboards, which were acquired in partnership with VOICE SYSTEMS, a company offering IT support to users with visual disabilities. This company develops and produces a machine for the automatic reading of printed texts, known as VOICEbox. From Lamm, “The device is integrated with a laptop, from which the keyboard is removed, as it has a numeric keyboard that is easier to use for those with visual disabilities.” The discarded laptop keyboards were then used to create the sleekly geeky Text-ile chair. No idea what comfort issues might arise if a key gets stuck…