By CJ Michalak
Marketing Manager, Constellation Energy
I have an exciting opportunity to share with my fellow Baltimore Ravens fans! Constellation Energy is putting renewable energy credits behind the Baltimore Ravens by sponsoring the team’s first game focusing on energy conservation initiatives and education.
As a proud sponsor of the Ravens, Constellation Energy will retire renewable energy certificates (RECs) that will cover the typical energy usage during the Ravens Thanksgiving Day game at M&T Bank Stadium against the San Francisco 49ers. The RECs will avoid approximately 30 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions – the equivalent of more than 1,200 tailgaters with propane grills*. RECs encourage the development of wind, solar and other forms of renewable energy.
To celebrate, we’re giving Baltimore Ravens fans in Maryland the chance to win a Ravens Gameday Package to the final home game of the season against the Cleveland Browns that includes two tickets and two pre-game hospitality passes.
• Log in to Facebook.
• Go to Constellation Energy’s new Facebook page (www.facebook.com/ConstellationEnergy). You must “like” us in order to play!
• If you already “like” us or just “liked” us, go to POWER the Ravens on the lefthand side.
• Answer the five quick trivia questions.
• Share with your friends on Facebook to increase your chances of winning
Contestants will receive an entry just for submitting answers, plus bonus entries for every correct answer and for every referred Facebook friend that plays.
The Facebook contest will go live on Constellation Energy’s new Facebook page (www.facebook.con/ConstellationEnergy) during the week of Nov. 21 and will end on Nov. 27. For more details, visit either Constellation’s or the Baltimore Ravens Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/baltimoreravens) and look for the POWER the Ravens contest.
Good luck to everyone that participates in the contest! If you have any questions about it, please feel free to leave me a comment. Constellation employees aren’t eligible to play, so I hope all of you can Power the Ravens for me!
*Source U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA Green Power Equivalency Calculator: http://www.epa.gov/greenpower/pubs/calculator.htm