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Get around Denver the Green Way; Xerox and the City and County of Denver Host Earth Day Experience at Union Station to “Seed” New Ideas on Sustainability

This Earth Day, Denverites will be reminded of one of the best ways they can reduce their personal carbon footprint: by using public transportation to get around the city. The City and County of Denver and Xerox are teaming up to promote Go Denver, a trip planning app that integrates public and private transportation options and gives users a variety of ways to reach their destination, including the greenest route available. Each route shares how much carbon dioxide is released into the air, so commuters can make a more environmentally-friendly decision.

Get on the road to greening your commute and travel by joining our Sustainability Supporters at Denver Union Station April 22 from 7 a.m. – 12 p.m. Get a picture with a larger than life tree, grow snapdragons with plantable flower seed paper, and get rooted in how the Go Denver app works.

WHO: Go Denver Sustainability Supporters, and Kathryn McIntyre, Xerox

WHEN: Earth Day (April 22, 2016) from 7 a.m. – 12 p.m.

WHERE: Denver Union Station- 1701 Wynkoop Street

VISUALS: A street team dressed in earth tones of green and brown will be handing out seed paper – cards that can be planted in gardens or pots and sprout snapdragon flowers. The seed paper also prompts commuters and travelers to download the Go Denver app, and can be viewed here. One member of the street team will be a larger than life representation of the positive benefits associated with cutting greenhouse gasses – dressed as a birch tree and available to take photos with environmentally-conscious commuters.

ADDITIONAL DETAILS: Additional app information can be found at www.GoDenverApp.com

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