CHANDLER, AZ — The Arizona Cardinals and Verizon Wireless invite fans to go 'green' and help curb domestic violence in the community.
Fans attending the Cardinals' home game on Sunday, January 3 can donate their used wireless phones and accessories to the Verizon Wireless HopeLineÒ phone recycling program. Drop boxes will be located in the Verizon Wireless Gate 1 concourse, at all Guest Assistance locations and at the Verizon Wireless booth at Great Lawn tailgate area at University of Phoenix Stadium.
"Cardinals fans who received a new phone this holiday season or anyone who wants to do something good for domestic violence victims and the environment can make a difference," said Tony Heyman, regional president, Verizon Wireless. "Every phone counts."
Verizon Wireless' HopeLine program collects no-longer used wireless phones, batteries and accessories from any wireless service provider at our Communications Stores nationwide and puts the nation's most reliable wireless voice and 3G network to work in local communities by turning these unused wireless phones into support for victims of domestic violence.
Equipment can be donated to the HopeLine program year-round at any Verizon Wireless Communications Store across the country or through the mail by downloading a postage-paid label at www.verizonwireless.com/hopelinemailinglabel. For more information, please visit www.verizonwireless.com/hopeline.
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