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Tom’s of Maine has launched the River Stories Video Contest

July 14, 2008

Tom’s of Maine has launched the River Stories Video Contest which will highlight the increasing importance of maintaining the cleanliness of U.S. rivers. In 2007, the company pledged $1 million over five years to help support American Rivers and River Network, the two leading river groups in the country.

For the contest, Tom’s of Maine is seeking inspiring stories that illustrate a commitment to protecting, preserving and restoring America’s rivers. Through Oct. 31, applicants can upload video submissions to the company’s website. The winner will be profiled on the Tom’s of Maine website and will be awarded a 2008 Toyota Prius. More info: www.tomsofmaine.com
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