Saturday, April 24, 2010

22 WoW! WoW! Wubbzy Goes Green! {Review & Giveaway} CLOSED!

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Just in time to celebrate our Earth! Earth Day was Thursday, but we don't have to stop celebrating!

To help celebrate the new release – and Mother Earth, Anchor Bay has partnered with the Alliance for Community Trees (ACT). For every “Wubbzy Goes Green” DVD sold, Anchor Bay will donate $1 to ACT to help support the planting of trees in playgrounds and schoolyards across the country! The special tree-plantin
g initiative “sprouts” on April 1 and continues through May 31, 2010.

And to further ”plant the seeds” of green-themed consciousness among the budding environmentalists in your family, following are some tips and cool “tree trivia” inspired by “Wubbzy Goes Green” and ACT:

* Take along washable cups or travel mugs instead of disposables.

* Turn off the faucet while
brushing your teeth.

* Volunteer with community organizations that plant trees like the Alliance for Community Trees!

Trees make for thriving children!

More facts about trees!

Cleaner air: Trees help trap and remove tiny particles of soot and dust, which otherwise damage human lungs, and tree r
oot networks filter contaminants in soils producing clean water. Four million trees would save $20 million in annual air pollution cleanup!***

Energy saver: The cooling effects of trees can save millions of energy dollars! Three to four shade trees located strategically around a house can cut summer cooling costs by 30-50%!***

Healthier children: Performing activities in green settings can reduce children’s Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder symptoms.**

For more information, please visit: http://actrees.org/.

* Columbia University ** Human-Environment Research Laboratory at the University of Illinois ***ACT

I was sent a copy of the new DVD Wubbzy Goes Green. As always I popped it in the DVD player and watched along with my almost 3 year old who LOVES Wubbzy! I think it got both of us in the mood to plant our new flower and veggie seeds, as well as take care of our
Earth! A great DVD, full of inspiration and fun!

GIVEAWAY!
One lucky reader will get their own copy of Wubbzy Goes Green!

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This giveaway will end May 1st, 2010 at 12 noon EST. I will use Random Number Generator to choose a winner from eligible comments. I wil notify the winner via email and twitter(if available). The winner will have 48 hours to respond to my email with their shipping address. I will pick a new winner if I do not get a response withing the 48 hours.

I was in no way monetarily compensated for my review or opinions. I received a review copy of the Wubbzy Goes Green DVD from Grand Communications. Thank you to Rachel from Grand Communications and Anchor Bay for providing me with the review copy.

Congrats To Melissa!
Winning comment #9


22 comments:

Cheryl said...

I learned that Many cities have lost more than a third of their forest canopy in recent decades.

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I learned that my home state of Kentucky only has one group involved and that lots of states have several listed! But, I was glad to see Kentucky listed with one group :) Please enter me in the giveaway, thank you! Amanda
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Melissa said...

I learned: ACT is the only national organization solely focused on the needs of nonprofit and community organizations engaged in urban forest protection Invisible_Fairy_05@yahoo.com

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I learned that National NeighborWoods Program has awarded over $600,000 in NeighborWoods Grants to nonprofit organizations to organize volunteers to replant entire communities with trees.

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