Press Releases

Weis Markets Renews Support of Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful’s Great American Cleanup of PA

 (April 20, 2015) – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful announced today that Weis Markets, Inc., has continued their support for the 2015 Great American Cleanup of PA.  Weis Markets has renewed their partnership with Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful as well as donated refreshments for registered participants of the Great American

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Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Urges Great American Cleanup of PA Participants to Take Part in Video Contest

 (April 9, 2015) – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful’s Video Contest is open to all Great American Cleanup of PA registered participants. Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful is seeking creative, original video of people making their communities clean and beautiful. To participate, send Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful a 2-minute video of your

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Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Receives $15,000 Grant to Continue Cigarette Litter Prevention Program

(March 10, 2015) – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful has announced that they have received a $15,000 grant from Keep America Beautiful to continue their work with the Keep America Beautiful Cigarette Litter Prevention Program.  The award includes $10,000 for Raystown Lake Recreational Area in Huntingdon County and $5,000

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Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Earns Recognition at 2015 Keep America Beautiful National Conference

(February 18, 2015) – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful (KPB) received top honors at Keep America Beautiful’s National Awards Dinner, held during the recent 2015 KAB National Conference in Washington, D.C.  Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful was honored for its outstanding promotion of KAB’s mission statewide and for its program support

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Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Recognizes Outstanding Volunteers for 2014

 (February 12, 2015) – Each year, Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful awards the President’s Award to a volunteer who has demonstrated a sustained commitment and exceptional contributions on behalf of Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful to make our communities clean and beautiful.  In 2014, Dale Frazier from Bucks County was recognized

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Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary and Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay Partner for the 2015 Great American Cleanup of PA

(February 11, 2015) – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful today announced they are teaming-up with the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary and the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay/Project Stream Clean for the 2015 Great American Cleanup of PA.  “What happens on the land affects the water and in order

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Registration is Now Open for the 2015 Great American Cleanup of PA

 (February 3, 2015) – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful today announced that registration is now open for the 2015 Great American Cleanup of PA. Event coordinators can visit the Great American Cleanup of PA webpage, www.gacofpa.org, to register their event. This annual event is held in conjunction with Keep

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Sheetz Named Sponsor of 2015 Great American Cleanup of PA

 (January 20, 2015) – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful today announced Sheetz as their newest sponsor of the 2015 Great American Cleanup of PA, their annual signature event.  “Sheetz is thrilled to partner with Keep PA Beautiful,” said Ryan Sheetz, Director of Brand Strategy. “Being connected in the communities

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ShopRite and The Fresh Grocer Newest 2015 Great American Cleanup of PA Sponsor

 (January 15, 2015) – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful today announced that ShopRite and The Fresh Grocer, both of the Wakefern Food Corp. family of brands, are the newest sponsors of the 2015 Great American Cleanup of PA, their annual signature event.  “ShopRite and The Fresh Grocer stores are

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Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Affiliates Recycle Over 900,000 Pounds of Electronics in 2014

(January 8, 2015) – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful’s affiliate network provided Pennsylvania residents with disposal options for hard-to-dispose items that consisted of one-day events and permanent drop-off locations. During 2014, nearly 30,000 tires, 917,407 pounds of electronics, over 500 appliances, and 48,455 pounds of household hazardous waste was

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