You'll see our latest PUP ads at the Greater Cleveland RTA's Shaker Square station. And if you're a bus rider, you may also see a few PUP ads traveling the downtown Cleveland area, so we'd love a pic if you can snap one.
One of our Twitter followers @fourgreenis received their PUP yard sign today. Thanks for posting. You can request your own on our PUP Stuff page.
Thanks to our newest friends in Georgia, North Carolina, California (Long Beach and Culver City), and Nevada (Las Vegas and North Las Vegas) for taking the PUP Pledge. Courtesy and cleanliness are good rules of thumb across the country.
After our first official week, PUP's a hit, and its apparent popularity extends beyond the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District's service area, and even Ohio's borders. We'll be sending our PUP Pledge bandannas to far-away places such as Pennsylvania, Florida, Missouri, even Toronto. If you've taken the plegde, be patient as we do our envelope stuffing next week.
Wally Waterdrop and his dog Pup represent the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District's Pick Up Poop campaign to help the environment (and hey, promote politeness, too).