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Conservation Pays with Cash & Prizes

BROWARD COUNTY, FL – On February 1st, the Broward Water Partnership introduces its new online game “Play Conservation Pays and Win!” for Broward County residents. Not only will residents who play get to show off what they know about conservation, climate change and sustainability, they will play for the chance to win thousands of dollars in cash and prizes, with the first prize winner receiving $5,000 in cash; two second place winners receiving $1,000; and three, third place winners each receiving $500 in cash!


“For the past seven years, the Broward Water Partnership has been developing unique and fun ways to promote conservation and engage residents,” said Jennifer Jurado, Director and Chief Resiliency Officer of the Broward County Environmental Planning and Community Resilience Division. “This online game is a unique way to demonstrate that, while these issues are serious, there are things each of us can do for ourselves, for our community and for the planet. By playing Conservation Pays they can win cash and prizes in the process.”


Players will answer questions and complete quests to move through various levels to earn coins. These coins can then be used to unlock content and earn points. Each point is an entry to win one of the top prizes. Other prizes will be awarded randomly throughout the game. These prizes include gift certificates to local restaurants, tickets to Broward attractions and various electronics. The game concludes April 30, 2019.


To play, Broward County residents can visit Those who register before February 1st, will be notified via email when the game officially begins. Only Broward County residents can win, but everyone is welcome to play.


“TetraTech is our private sector partner donating cash prizes,” said Jurado.  “Other prizes were generously donated by various Broward County businesses and the partnership communities.”


About Conservation Pays

Conservation Pays is the outreach and education program for the Broward Water Partnership, which is comprised of Broward County and 17 municipalities and utilities. Since the partnership was launched in 2012, the program has resulted in a savings of over two billion gallons of water.


DATE: January 14, 2019

CONTACT: Samantha Baker, M.A.

Environmental Planning and Community Resilience

PHONE: 954-519-1222