Friday, May 4, 2012

Teacher Wins Environmentally-Oriented Vanity Plate Contest

On April 18th 2012, Brian Stuhlman, a teacher in Columbia, MO, won a national contest seeking the most creative environmentally-oriented vanity license plate with his entry EZ2BGRN.  The contest was created to observe this year's 75th anniversary of the vanity license plate and to call attention to Earth Day, Sunday, April 22.

The winner was awarded a cash prize of $1,000 from sponsor Eagle One™. Judging for the vanity license plate contest was conducted by a panel of automotive journalists. Stuhman said he will apply for the plate with his creation when his license is due for renewal next year. 

Eagle One™ has introduced an eco-friendly line of vehicle appearance care products. Eagle One's EnviroShine is first major automotive brand to introduce a line of eco- friendly appearance products and the first eco-line to be available at national  auto-parts retailers.

EcoShine products have eliminated the commonly used petroleum-based chemicals and replaced them with ingredients that are safer for the environment. Free of harsh acids, solvents, phosphates and petroleum distillates, the EnviroShine line of products is completely biodegradable. 

© 2012, Richard Matthews. All rights reserved.

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