Andover will defend it’s 2016 first place victory for water conservation

Andover Mayor Julie Trude has accepted the challenge to repeat Andover’s 2016 win in the Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation. Andover placed first in the nation for water conservation pledges made by residents and businesses in April 2016. Mayor Trude said that Andover is currently second in the 2017 pledge standing, but there is a long way to go.

The Wyland Foundation held the kickoff of the 2017 National Mayor’s Challenge at the Mall of America (April 3, 2017). Do your part this Earth Month (April 1-30) by taking 1 minute to go to MYWATERPLEDGE.COM and make your pledge to conserve water and energy on behalf of your neighbors, your community and yourself.

Waylaid Mayor's Challenge Kickoff at MOA (20170403)

Andover Mayor, Julie Trude, accepts the challenge at the official kickoff of the 2017 National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation at the Mall of America.

Wyland and its partners are giving away over $50,000 in prizes like an all-new 2017 Toyota Prius Prime and a $500 home improvement shopping spree.

Once you’ve made your water pledge at tell your friends to do the same and you’ll be entered into a daily eco-prize drawings for $1,000’s in prizes. In fact, if your friend makes a water conservation pledge after using your referral link and happens to win a daily prize, you’ll be made a winner for that day too!

Wyland is giving away up to $100 in cash prizes, an Apple iPad mini and more eco-friendly prizes so make your pledge and start sharing today! The earlier you make your pledge and share, the more chances you have of winning!

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