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Friday, November 23, 2018

Adopt a Highway: Forget naming a star

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By Mary Currie / ADOT Communications

With the holidays upon us, we're all pressed for time and gift ideas that wow.

I’ve got one for you. Rather than naming a star for someone, be the star by joining ADOT's Adopt a Highway volunteer program.

tinysignAdopt a Highway permit coordinators in your area are ready to help you locate a 2-mile stretch for your group to help keep litter-free. We supply trash bags and safety vests. You plan group cleanup events three times per year, report your litter and walk away a hero.

It’s the best gift you will ever give, to yourself and others interested in reducing unsightly litter on Arizona’s highways.

You could adopt a star. But Santa is watching, make him proud.
Posted by Laurie Merrill   |  Labels:  Adopt-a-Highway, Arizona-Department-of-Tranportation, Phoenix


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