Thursday, August 20, 2009
DMB's SO MUCH TO SAVE recycling program
Received this info in an email from DMB:
Dave Matthews Band's SO MUCH TO SAVE program is back for a second year of educating and motivating fans to recycle, save energy, and reduce their environmental impact!
In exchange for your participation with SO MUCH TO SAVE, DMB will hook you up with a free SO MUCH TO SAVE 2009 downloadable album. SO MUCH TO SAVE 2009 features live tracks from Dave Matthews Band as well as supporting acts on tour including Avett Brothers, Gomez, Hill Country Revue, Switchfoot, Umphrey's McGee, and Yonder Mountain String Band.
Look for the SO MUCH TO SAVE volunteers and recycling bins at concerts in the venue parking lots, and help keep the lots clean. Recycle at one of the SO MUCH TO SAVE stations or with a volunteer and receive a card with a unique code. Use the code to download the SO MUCH TO SAVE 2009 album-for free! If you have already recycled at a show or are not able to make it to a show - you can still download the album by pledging to recycle and save energy. Visit the SO MUCH TO SAVE website for complete information on DMB's SO MUCH TO SAVE Bama Green Project and to download the free album!
SO MUCH TO SAVE volunteers are needed at the shows - email email@example.com and include your name and the show date(s)!
Footnote from the SO MUCH TO SAVE website:
SO MUCH TO SAVE is created and managed by MusicMatters and a part of Dave Matthews Band's Bama Green Project. The Bama Green Project is a partnership between Dave Matthews Band, Reverb, IZSTYLE, and MusicMatters that encompasses all of the environmental efforts undertaken by the band while on the road, in the studio or at home. Look for SO MUCH TO SAVE and the Bama Green Project Eco-Village at Dave Matthews Band shows this summer!