Your name is one in a million and Energy Upgrade California (EUC) thinks it deserves to be remembered. EUC, the statewide campaign encouraging Californians to use energy better to keep California golden, has created a way for three lucky Californians to put their name quite literally on the map.
In partnership with the Sequoia Riverlands Trusts, EUC has created the “Rename CA” sweepstakes which will give sweepstakes winners the opportunity to name a single place in California, either a meadow, lake or trail in their honor. The approved name will be used for up to seven (7) years. The sweepstakes will run between August 5 and September 5 and Californians can enter to win “Rename CA” by:
The sweepstakes will end on September 5, 2021 and entrants will be notified on or around September 20, 2021 if they are selected as one of the three winners.
By joining the Keep it Golden movement and signing up for Goldie’s weekly text challenges, residents will be joining the growing movement of thousands of Californians who are fighting climate change by saving energy.
For official rules and details, visit www.RenameCalifornia.com.
About Energy Upgrade California:
Energy Upgrade California® is a statewide initiative whose sole purpose is to ensure every Californian has the tools needed to keep making strides toward a cleaner, healthier, more prosperous state. Created to motivate and educate California residents and small businesses about energy management, Energy Upgrade California® has produced numerous programs and actions to help Californians take charge of their energy use overall. To learn more about Goldie and Energy Upgrade California®, visit us at www.Keepitgolden.org.
About Sequoia Riverlands Trust
Sequoia Riverlands Trust is a regional nonprofit land trust dedicated to strengthening California’s heartland and the natural and agricultural legacy of the southern Sierra Nevada and San Joaquin Valley. The wealth, productivity and beauty of this land inspire SRT’s work to conserve it for future generations. To learn more, visit www.sequoiariverlands.org.