Sprint Center Hosts Recycling Event on Earth Day
Kansas City, Mo. (April 17, 2015)—In honor of Earth Day on Wednesday, April 22, Sprint Center will serve as a drop off location for guests desiring to securely shred paper and recycle electronics. Sprint Center’s Earth Day Recycling Event will be held on Wednesday, April 22 between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Barnes Plaza located in front of the box office on Grand Boulevard. Volunteers will be on site to assist and provide guests with a tax deductible card for their donation.
Residents may recycle a variety of items including cables, cable boxes, cellular phones, computers, monitors, DVD players, printers, stereos, televisions, VCRs, fans, cameras, hair dryers, clocks and curling irons. A complete list of items eligible to be recycled may be found by visiting www.sprintcenter.com/earthday2015.
Securely Shredded Paper and electronics recycling services are provided by e Secure e-Cycle, a division of ProShred. Any monetary donations to support Keep Kansas City Beautiful will also be accepted at the event. Price Chopper is a proud sponsor of Earth Day celebrations at Sprint Center.
About Sprint Center/AEG Kansas City
Sprint Center is Kansas City’s home for live entertainment and sporting events. Anchor to more than $6 billion of reinvestment in a revitalized downtown Kansas City, the award winning venue has welcomed nearly 7 million guests attending nearly 750 events. Having exceeded attendance and financial projections in each year since opening in 2007, AEG/Sprint Center has provided nearly $9.3 million in unanticipated revenue to the City of Kansas City, Mo. through a revenue sharing provision in the arena management agreement. For additional information, visit www.sprintcenter.com, www.twitter.com/sprintcenter or www.facebook.com/sprintcenterkc.
About Keep Kansas City Beautiful
Keep Kansas City Beautiful formed in May 2000 as an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful and Bridging The Gap to work in partnership with citizens, businesses and government in creating a cleaner and more beautiful metropolitan Kansas City. Keep Kansas City Beautiful is funded in part by the City of Kansas City, Mo. For additional information visit www.kkcb.org.