Texas State University-San Marcos – Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) partners with Dell and announces Project: Green Earth

(November 28, 2007 – San Marcos, Texas) 

The Texas State University-San Marcos Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) Team has partnered with Dell, Inc., on a global going green effort entitled, “Project: Green Earth.”  The purpose of the project is to raise awareness about the ethical treatment of the environment, specifically computer waste in landfills. 


1800 SIFE schools worldwide will participate with Texas State SIFE in learning about how to preserve our beautiful planet.  The Texas State SIFE Team has created a “Green Earth” quiz, green facts and tips for preserving the earth.  The schools answering the “Green Earth” questions correctly will be entered into a drawing to win a brand new Dell, Inc., notebook computer for their team.  Two U.S. teams and two international teams will be selected as winners and announced at regional competition to be held in Dallas, Texas in March, 2008.


Students in Free Enterprise, (SIFE) is a not-for-profit organization supported by individuals, foundations, and corporations whose mission is to build collegiate SIFE Teams who teach free enterprise in order to better individuals, communities, and countries.  SIFE's purpose is accomplished through the SIFE Team's outreach projects where students and faculty involve the community in the free enterprise system, providing the students with an opportunity to teach others what they have learned.


Ms. Angela Bertero is the President of Texas State SIFE and Ms. Lindsey Coble is the President-elect of SIFE.  For more information, go to:  www.business.txstate.edu/sife or you may contact Ms. Bertero at ab1273@txstate.edu or call 512-245-3224.  The SIFE team in charge of Project: Green Earth includes the following members: Project co-chairmen Justin Sansom and Melissa Culbertson, plus team members William Payne, Bill Fritz, Tiffany Elmer, Rian Beaudoin, Erica Paul, Courtnee Brathwaite, Tom Barnett, and Jessica Bassett.  The senior officer in charge was: Christen Cherry.

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