2000 FREEEEEEE CFLs!!!

Remember that time you could get a free CFL bulb at the Cardinal Technology Center (actually I think you still can)? Well, whatever, because this week some EON people are getting rid of 2000 CFL bulbs…and by getting rid of I mean giving to you…for FREE. Just in case you’re wondering what the hell a CFL is, you may wish to consult Wikipedia.

If you’d like to help distribute:
We are going to gather 15 minutes before we start distributing bulbs, meeting in the lounge of each dorm. There we will review education techniques for talking to residents, along with distributing information sheets that you must give to the residents. Also, we will be collecting incandescent bulbs from students, and answering questions in this time period. Be on time! The end time is tentative, and it ends when we distribute all the bulbs in these dorms! It could take less than an hour if enough people show up!
If you help out, you will receive lots of gratitude and (I’m assuming) a free CFL.
If you don’t want to help distribute, you may want to be on the receiving end of this project, in which case you should probably know when someone will be coming around gifting the bulbs:

Distribution Times in Dorms:
Monday: 7pm-9pm WESTCO (earlier due to the EON meeting at 9…which you should come to, hint hint)
Tuesday: 9-11pm CLARK
Wednesday: 9-11pm FAUVER FROSH
Thursday: 9-11pm NICOLSON

Edit: Right, yes, I understand there is no CFL love for the Butts or Hewitt this week…but I think there might be in the near future. I’ll keep you updated.

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14 thoughts on “2000 FREEEEEEE CFLs!!!

  1. Anonymous

    i am one of the organizers of this program, we want to replace all bulbs on campus. unfortunately, we were only initially given 2000 bulbs to start. as soon as we get rid of these, more will be ordered.thanks for your patience,josh wood

  2. Anonymous

    i am one of the organizers of this program, we want to replace all bulbs on campus. unfortunately, we were only initially given 2000 bulbs to start. as soon as we get rid of these, more will be ordered.

    thanks for your patience,
    josh wood

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