Here’s How You Can Win a Free Garden Makeover from Subaru; You Don’t Even Need to Drive an Outback
Subaru loves the earth and they are showing consumers just how much. Subaru of America is giving away a free garden makeover for one lucky winner, and you don’t even need to drive a new 2018 Subaru Outback. It’s all part of “Subaru Loves the Earth” partnership with the National Wildlife Federation. Consumers can enter a sweepstakes administered by the National Wildlife Federation to win the free makeover for your garden. Here’s how it works.
One winner will receive a garden makeover and a special visit to their home from David Mizejewski, naturalist from the National Wildlife Federation. Mizejewski will work with a local garden center where you live and he will help design a wildlife garden for your yard. ($5,000 value). Is it just a PR stunt by Subaru?
Subaru's commitment to the environment isn’t new
Subaru has been working with a diverse range of organizations, and their commitment to the planet isn’t new. The Japanese automaker has been able to help make the world a better place and at the same time, let consumers know about their lineup of fuel-efficient vehicles and eco-friendly plants. In 2004, Subaru’s plant in Indiana became the first manufacturing facility in the U.S. to reach zero-landfill status. All Subaru vehicles, like the Outback wagon, are built in zero-landfill plants, where 100 percent of manufacturing waste is either recycled or turned into electricity.
How can you enter to win?
Participating Subaru retailers will have garden supplies on display in-store to encourage consumers to create a wildlife garden in their yard or neighborhood. Throughout the month of April, consumers will receive a plantable seed card along with information on how to enter a sweepstakes administered by the National Wildlife Federation. You don’t even have to drive away in a new 2018 Subaru Outback, or even visit a Subaru store, and you have until June 1, 2017 to enter. For official rules and to enter the $5,000 wildlife garden makeover go here.
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