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NewsSave The Earth Foundation 2007 Earth Day Benefit Auction Announced
Live Earth Day Auctions of Autographed Guitars on U.S. Radio Stations
Save The Earth Foundation's 2007 Earth Day auction will take place on Friday April 20th at the start of Earth Day weekend. The "On-Air" radio auction is supported by music radio stations across the country and features some of the worlds most sought after celebrity-autographed guitars.
“By working with radio stations and through the Web we have been able to promote Earth Day and the 'reduce, reuse and recycle' message across the country.” said Ken Margolis, Director of Events for the Save The Earth Foundation.
Participating Radio Stations are:
• WDRV The Drive 97.1 FM in Chicago
• WKLH 96.5 FM Classic Rock in Milwaukee
• WTGB 94.7 FM The Globe in Washington DC
• ALICE @ 97.3 FM in San Francisco
The live on air auction starts the morning of Friday April 20th, and ends in the evening. All auction information on the event is available at http://www.SaveTheEarth.net.
Save The Earth Foundation Earth Day Benefit Auction is produced by Ken Margolis, underwritten and sponsored by Premium Network, Inc (http://www.premiumnetwork.com).
Save The Earth invites individuals and webmasters to link to the http://www.SaveTheEarth.net website to help promote this years event. To find out how you can help support and promote this event visit http://www.SaveTheEarth.net or call The Save The Earth Foundation at: 415-575-1444.
The Save the Earth Foundation (http://www.savetheearth.org) functions as a 501(c) (3) non-profit corporation dedicated to the expansion of environmental awareness in our society. Save the Earth helps solve major environmental problems by providing grants to colleges and universities to fund environmental research and educational programs that train students to solve environmental problems. Research grants from the Save the Earth Foundation help slow -- and ultimately reverse -- our planet's deterioration.
All auction information on the event is available at http://www.SaveTheEarth.net.