Friday, April 27, 2012
Take A Load Off - Sweepstakes
Did you know that when doing laundry, heating water can account for up to 80 percent of the energy used per wash load in the U.S.? If one household switched to washing in cold water for one year, they would save enough energy to watch TV for 1,363 hours! That's an extra 3.5 hours a day! Making the switch to washing in cold is an easy change to make with Tide Coldwater, which is specially formulated to get clothes clean in cold water.
This past Sunday (April 22nd) was Earth Day. But just because it's already gone doesn't mean you can't still honor it. You can make a real difference by Taking A Load Off the energy grid, your wallet, and the environment by washing clothes in cold water only.
Tide and Future Friendly have launched the Take A Load Off Sweepstakes to encourage people to use cold water. Make the promise to switch to washing in cold water on the Future Friendly Facebook page and you'll be entered to win a Maytag® Bravos XL® HE Top Load High Efficiency Washer and Dryer and a one-year supply of Tide Coldwater! You can enter once per day to increase your chances of winning. A new winner will be picked each week now through May 13th.
I made the promise ..... now it's your turn!
Take A Load Off Sweepstakes info:
Dates: Now through May 13th
Direct link to sweepstakes entry: Click Here
Entry info: Enter once per day to increase your chances of winning. A new winner will be picked each week through May 13th.
Prize: Maytag® Bravos XL® HE Top Load High Efficiency Washer and Dryer and a one-year supply of Tide Coldwater
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