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June 22, 2009

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chip mcdermott

Thanks David. The notoriety is greatly appreciated. With the unparalleled 2.0 support of Eric Chevalier, my ZT partner, the movement has been taken to a new level in Laguna Beach and beyond.
If anyone wants to share opinions, throw out some advice, get involved or simply start to 'take back' their STREETS from ubiquitous trash,
contact us: chip@zerotrash.org; eric@zerotrash.org
ZeroTrashLaguna.org (new national website by July)
thanks, and if you see trash in your travels: Pick It Up!

Amelia Vargo

This is an excellent example of how Social Media can help create a buzz around something. I wish there was something like that in the UK - I go to my local park and end up picking up all the rubbish (trash) by myself. It really annoys me that people can't just pick up after themselves I just don't understand it.

Tina Haisman

David, Thank you for sharing this. What a great example for how non-profit organizations can use Facebook! I shared it with my non-profit beach client -- The American Shore and Beach Preservation Association (www.asbpa.org) -- they loved the example!

Zara Brunner

With some creativity and passion, it just shows you the power social media tools can behold! Thanks for the post. I haven't been to Laguna in years but am looking forward to visiting one of my favorite places and knowing how it's being kept clean.

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David, Thank you for giving this. What an excellent example for how non-profit companies can use Facebook!

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