24 May 5-Hour Energy Community Service Project Winner Picked By Fans!
5-Hour Energy fans have voted and a final winner has been picked in the “What Would You Do With 5-Hour Energy® To Make a Positive Impact In Your Community?” Contest.
Congratulations to Tallahassee Sustainability Group, winners of the 5-Hour Energy community project Fertile Cement: Growing Food in the City.
Tallahassee Sustainability Group will receive 252 bottles of 5-Hour Energy shots to be split among the group members as they undertake their community service project; Fertile Cement: Growing Food in the City. The Tallahassee Sustainability Group will also receive $1,000 to be put towards the project and other charitable needs.
The “What Would You Do?” contest was the first of its kind for 5-Hour Energy in an effort to help fans give back to their communities and put their five hours of alert minds and energy to work. For this contest, ideas were submitted from college students across the country, and four finalists were picked by our team based upon the scale of the project or idea, the story behind the proposed project and the local impact the project would have.
We then turned it over to the fans to vote for their favorite charitable idea. The final project proposals were:
Working with the local Boys and Girls Club to teach young ones how to play Frisbee golf and croquet
Teaching Tallahassee residents how to grow their own food and eat healthier
Cleaning a game production area in Vermillion, SD.
A trash and recycling effort on the University of North Carolina at Wilmington campus
Even a number of hopefuls that didn’t get their entry in on time have shared on our Facebook page and Tweeted us what they would like to do for their community with five hours of energy. We are pleased to see that our fans are so enthused about making a positive impact in their community and have 5-Hour Energy be a part of it.