Home turf means different things to different people. For Mayor Luke Ravenstahl it’s the corridors and offices of the City-County Building and for radio DJ/restaurateur Bubba it’s the streets of South Side.
For everyday Pittsburghers “home turf” is our neighborhoods, streets, offices and homes. But no matter what place you call your home turf, you want it to be a clean, safe haven for you and your family – a place you can be proud to call your home turf!
The Pennsylvania Resources Council is proud to kick off the Don’t Trash My Turf! campaign in Pittsburgh. The campaign’s goal is to raise public awareness regarding consequences of littering and to encourage individuals to take action to prevent and clean up litter.
In the coming months you will see/hear a series of TV and radio commercials featuring notable Pittsburghers including Mayor Ravenstahl. They’ll share a reminder: Don’t Trash My Turf! A new website (www.DontTrashMyTurf.org) and social media messaging will encourage people to stop littering and to help connect individuals with programs, groups and organizations that are already hard at work doing that job throughout the city.
PRC thanks the Office of Mayor Luke Ravenstahl for its partnership in this campaign and the Colcom Foundation for its funding support.
Starting today a new message will echo through the streets and neighborhoods of Pittsburgh:
Don’t Trash My Turf!
Pennsylvania Resources Council