SOLitude social media campaign through May 15 benefits National Forest Foundation

April 22, 2014

Through its corporate volunteering and outreach program, The SOLution, SOLitude Lake Management announced a social media campaign that results in trees being planted.

In honor of Earth Day April 22 and Arbor Day April 25, SOLitude has partnered with the National Forest Foundation to plant one new pine tree for every new social media follower through Thursday, May 15.

“Our company serves to improve our ecosystems and waterways through environmentally sustainable solutions, and we are drawn to partner with organizations like the NFF and participate in important initiatives,” said Tracy King, director of marketing.

King said SOLitude's social media channels are also a way to connect with customers and environmentalists nationwide, and  to educate and share industry news and helpful tips.

The social media campaign has been cross-promoted by the National Forest Foundation through its social media channels.

To connect with SOLitude's social media pages and increase the number of trees donated this year, follow links in top right-hand corner at


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