Barrie, ON Canada (PressExposure) January 24, 2012 -- Busch Systems International, a leader in recycling, waste and compost containers has just announced they will be holding a contest on Facebook for colleges and universities in North America, beginning January 23, 2012.
The 'Like the Logo Contest' will be hosted on Facebook, where colleges and universities across North America can post their campus recycling logo for an opportunity to win $5,000.00 worth of Busch Systems recycling containers. The winning campus recycling logo will be chosen at random from among the three logos with the most votes. With many colleges and universities having dedicated web pages showcasing their campus recycling programs, many schools already have a recycling logo created. For those that do not, this is an opportunity to create a logo which helps promote their recycling efforts.
"This is the first contest of this magnitude for Busch Systems", states Serena Brooks, Sales Manager for Busch Systems. "With budget money being tight, it is a great opportunity for schools to earn free recycling bins. It will also encourage students to get creative in promoting their campus recycling program."
Recycling on campus is an important initiative and one Busch Systems has supported in the past through various school recycling resources including recycling 'How to' guides, campus visits, new product design, customized signage and sponsorships.
"We anticipate a high level of entries as colleges and universities are typically eager to both save money and promote their campus recycling efforts", states Brooks. "This is the perfect opportunity for schools to accomplish both goals."
To visit the Facebook contest page, please see: http://www.facebook.com/BuschSystems
For additional information or a sample copy, contact:
Busch Systems International, Recycling Made Simple.
An industry leader for over twenty five years, Busch Systems has expanded internationally, with a product portfolio detailing upward of two hundred products. Busch Systems develops more new moulded recycling, waste and compost containers than all other manufacturers combined.