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Keep Arkansas Beautiful wants feedback about litter, recycling and beautification

Questionnaire seeks to learn more about Arkansans’ habits, preferences

LITTLE ROCK (Feb. 7, 2020) – The Keep Arkansas Beautiful Commission (KAB) has launched an online questionnaire in an effort to learn more about Arkansans’ understanding of and habits around littering, beautification and recycling.

“We want Arkansans to utilize this questionnaire as a tool for them to voice their opinions regarding the current state of litter across our state,” said Mark Camp, KAB executive director. “We also hope it will empower them to take action, change behaviors and engage in litter prevention, recycling and beautification efforts in their communities.”

Participants who complete the questionnaire can be entered into a drawing for a $50 Visa gift card donated by the Keep Arkansas Beautiful Foundation. The questionnaire is available at http://bit.ly/KABQuestions.

About Keep Arkansas Beautiful

The Keep Arkansas Beautiful Commission (KAB), consisting of a professional staff of three and a nine-member advisory board appointed by the governor, is a division of the Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism. A certified state affiliate of Keep America Beautiful Inc., KAB inspires and educates individuals to reduce litter, recycle and keep Arkansas beautiful. KAB is funded by 1% of the eighth-cent Conservation Tax. For more information, visit KeepArkansasBeautiful.com. Stay in the know by following Keep Arkansas Beautiful on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram,YouTube and by texting VOLUNTEER to 484848.

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