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Share #BringBackHeavyMetal to win!

To help turn up the volume on battery recycling there are theatre tickets and hundreds of rechargable battery kits to be won

We are well into our #BringBackHeavyMetal awareness campaign that is running throughout October, and we've made quite a splash so far on social media and in the press.

To celebrate there are tickets to The School of Rock musical and 200 rechargeable battery kits up for grabs, thanks to the support of our member GP Batteries.

If you fancy ditching single use batteries then all you need to do is post a selfie on twitter, facebook or instagram with your 'heavy metal hand' using the hashtag #BringBackHeavyMetal. It is so easy and there is a good chance you will win - what are you waiting for?

At the top of this page is our team effort taken on our recent strategy away day, but here is a selection of our favourites so far from across the web (including a rather embarrassing photo of yours truly, even though I'm not allowed to win!)...

 

The great #BringBackHeavyMetal selfie competition!

 

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If you fancy winning too, please do get involved! Find out more here


Ben Luger

Marketing projects specialist

Ben joined the team at the beginning of 2015 and helps drive marketing communications and projects for Ecosurety, including project managing the launch of the Ecosurety Exploration Fund and website content development.


Written by Ben Luger Published 18/10/2017 Topics Ecosurety

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