AT&T and The Nature Conservancy Team Up for Sustainability
By encouraging AT&T customers to skip the bag when purchasing items from retails stores, AT&T and The Nature Conservancy make the effort to improve sustainable choices, increase efficiency, and minimize impact on the environment.
In an effort to empower AT&T customers with sustainable choices, increase efficiency and minimize impact on the environment, AT&T is teaming up with The Nature Conservancy to encourage AT&T customers to skip the bag when purchasing items from its retail stores. With this program, which runs now through January 31, 2014, AT&T will donate 10 cents to the Nature Conservancy for each check out bag its customers choose to forego.
“As we work to make our own operations at AT&T more sustainable, we also want to empower our customers to live more sustainably,” said Bob Bass, President AT&T Alaska. “The skip the bag initiative joins our other environmentally focused retail efforts, like our eco-devices and device recycling programs that help AT&T and our customers to minimize impact on the environment, today and well into the future.”
During the Campaign:
- AT&T will donate 10 cents to The Nature Conservancy for each check-out bag our customers choose to forego.
- Customers may donate additional amounts to The Nature Conservancy in our store. 100% of these additional Donations will be remitted by AT&T to The Nature Conservancy.
- Customers may also donate online at www.conserveca.org or contact The Nature Conservancy at 4245 North Fairfax Drive, Suite 100, Arlington, VA 22203 (800) 628-6860.
- Customers may obtain an acknowledgement from The Nature Conservancy of donations over $10 by calling (800) 628-6860.
To learn more about AT&T’s sustainability efforts, please visit www.att.com/ecospace.
For more information on The Nature Conservancy in Alaska, visit www.nature.org/alaska.