City of Saginaw MI -
Ojibway Island Nominated for America's Favorite Park Contest by Coca-Cola
CITY OF SAGINAW NOMINATES OJIBWAY ISLAND FOR "AMERICA'S FAVORITE PARK" CONTEST SPONSORED BY COCA-COLA
June 11, 2013 SAGINAW, Ml- The City of Saginaw Ojibway Island is in the running for the Coca-Cola recreational grant for "America's Favorite Park." The community is encouraged to vote for Ojibway Island in Coca-Cola's contest. The park with the most votes will win a $100,000 recreation grant from The Coca-Cola Company and the coveted title of "America's Favorite Park." Second and third place parks will win $50,000 and $25,000 respectively. Another $15,000 will be awarded, at random, to a lucky park that comes in 4th to 25th on the leader board by the end of the contest.
There are three (3) ways to vote, all of them are online.
First, you can vote by accessing the City's website at http://www.saginaw-mi.com or the Coca-Cola website at www.coke.com/parks. Voting on the website above will earn one point. You may vote once per day, and you can vote every day.
The second way to vote is through Foursquare, accessible from Coke's website, this will earn 5 points.
The third way to vote is to access the MapMyFitness app from their website, which will earn 10 votes per day. The Coca-Cola Company seeks to get people active and enjoying their local parks. This year Coca-Cola is setting a goal to inspire as many as 3 million people to have fun, exercise, and enjoy their parks.
"Ojibway Island is a much-loved venue for many summer concerts and events," commented Public Information Officer Debbie Buck. "Winning the Coca-Cola recreation grant would allow the City to make improvements to this wonderful and unique island park for the enjoyment of all in the Great Lakes Bay Region."
For more information, please contact Debbie Buck, Public Information Officer at (989)759-1403.
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