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Arizona Partners include from left to right, Jo Cook – AMWUA, Sandra Rode – Goodyear, Cheryl Penner – Intern with Peoria, Carol Ward-Morris – AMWUA, Mary Lu Nunley – Phoenix, Jo Miller – Glendale, Leeann Spahos – Peoria, Rhonda Humbles – Peoria, Eric Braun – Gilbert, Cathy Rymer – Chandler, Sally Ceccarelli-Wolf – Arizona American Water, Donna DiFrancesco – Mesa, Karen Collins – SRP, Lynne Fisher – Bureau of Reclamation

It’s our tenth anniversary at Water – Use It Wisely and we’re celebrating with a makeover. Over the course of ten years we’ve grown from an idea founded in Metro Phoenix, Scottsdale and Mesa AZ to a worldwide movement with over 400 partners. Along the way we’ve learned some valuable lessons. The most valuable of which is that our success hinges on you. Our cause depends on you getting involved and spreading the message. So, to celebrate, and to continue in our mission, we’ve made getting involved easier than ever.

Here are ten ways you can get involved in the campaign right now…

1.)Get the latest news and join the movement directly by reading, sharing and commenting on the Water – Use It Wisely blog.

2.)Teachers can instantly download and print free flash cards for use in the classroom. The cards are a fun way to educate students on the importance of conserving water.

3.)Become part of the global Water – Use It Wisely community on Facebook. Become a Fan, recruit your friends and join in the conversation.

4.)Learn new ways to conserve everyday by following us on Twitter. Receive daily water tips that keep you informed on simple ways to save water.

5.)See for yourself the impact Water – Use It Wisely is having by viewing our photos on Flickr and watching videos on YouTube. Just watch or comment, share and upload your own.

6.)Receive our regular E-newsletter and stay current on all the information that will help you in your conservation efforts.

7.)Increase your brand recognition by connecting it with Water – Use It Wisely. Instantly download the logo directly to your website or social network.

8.)Make an immediate impact and start saving today by accessing over 100 water-saving tips and tricks in the “100 + Ways to Conserve” section of the website.  Start yourself, then share with family and friends.

9.)Educate the next generation of conservationists by playing the “Tip-Tank” children’s game. Match the water-saving devices to teach kids that simple things can make a big difference.

10.)Build your own campaign instantly and affordably by visiting the online store. Start big or download and print a print ad for as low as $35.

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