Program Sponsorships

Win Win Win Win

The Poo Free Parks™ program gives businesses and organizations the opportunity to align themselves and their brand with "Green Marketing" initiatives through the recognition of their sponsorship of the Poo Free Parks Program. This is a win-win-win-win situation for everyone!

Park visitors win because they get a cleaner park. At the same time ugly dispensers are replaced and a supply of poo bags are assured, thereby increasing public amenities, property values, and positive recreational experiences.

Sponsoring organizations win because they get to sponsor an important community service and receive recognition for doing so – at a very reasonable cost.

Parks and Recreation departments and common area property owners win because an ongoing problem is delegated to an outside organization, thus reducing cost burdens reaching into the tens of thousands of dollars every year!

Planet Earth wins because harmful plastics and dog waste have been overwhelming our landfills and poisoning soil, water and wildlife, and are replaced with much more ecofriendly materials. Furthermore, all maintenance staff members drive hybrid vehicles during weekly maintenance of these stations to further reduce our company's carbon footprint.

Sponsorship Opportunities

For more information, or to become a Poo Free Parks™ sponsor, call 1-855-POO-FREE (766-3733) or EMAIL.

Support

The overwhelming majority of residents strongly support the Poo Free Parks™ project; with all the amazing benefits it provides, who wouldn't be?

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We Love Our Sponsors

Sponsoring organizations win because they get to sponsor an important community service and receive recognition for doing so – at a very reasonable cost.

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Did You Know?

Plastic Pollution is an Undeniable Environmental Problem

The problem is so bad that a “plastic stew,” twice the size of Texas has formed in the Pacific Ocean. Scientists have dubbed the mass of floating plastic trash the “Eastern Garbage Patch,” and its volume is growing at an alarming pace.