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Published July 30, 2015

GREAT RACE FOR CLEAN AIR

Great Race for Clean Air

The Bay Area Air Quality Management District and the Tri-Valley Air Quality Resource Team present the Great Race for Clean Air 2015. Be a part of the challenge to make a difference in the Bay Area. The Great Race for Clean Air is a friendly competition between Bay Area employers to encourage the use of commute alternatives, and determine who will reign as the company with the best Bay Area Commuters!

The Great Race
Companies register for the program and their employees keep track of their clean commute days through 511's online trip diary.  All participating employees will be eligible for weekly prize drawings for gift cards to popular merchants.  The Great Race for Clean Air will run from September 1st through October 31st, 2015 and is a great opportunity for employers to show concern for their employees and the environment.  For more on how employers can join the Great Race for Clean Air and to see a list of last year's winning companies, please visit www.sparetheair.org/get-involved/great-race-for-clean-air.

Help to Launch at Your Worksite?
If you would like help launching the Great Race for Clean Air at your worksite, help is on the way!  The first 10 registered employers, who request help with their kick-off, will receive on-site logistical support from our team and up to $250.00 for refreshments.  Contact Stephanie Anderson using the information below to learn more.

A Win for Clean Air
Once the event data has been collected at the conclusion of the Great Race for Clean Air, winners will be announced in several categories. One employer will be recognized for highest CO2 savings overall and one employer with the highest average of “clean commute” days logged per participant using the online tracking system will be recognized. In addition, employers will be recognized for achieving the highest rate of employee participation, with a minimum employee participation level of 5%, based on company size. Employers in five different size categories will be recognize for achieving the highest rate of employee participation.

Additional Information
Additional information is available about the Great Race for Clean Air. For details on the Great Race for Clean Air and company participation, please refer to the Hacienda Owners Association. For information on the Tri-Valley Air Quality Resource Team, please refer to the Community Focus representative below. 

Contact Information
Stephanie Anderson
Community Focus
1440 Broadway, Suite 714, Oakland, California 94612
(510) 763-2500 x1  phone     (510) 763-2507   fax     sanderson@communityfocus.org  e-mail     www.sparetheair.org    WWW

Hacienda Owners Association
4305 Hacienda Drive, Suite 330, Pleasanton, California  94588-2738
(925) 734-6500  phone     (925) 734-6501  fax     info@hacienda.org  e-mail     www.hacienda.org    WWW