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Want To Win An $18K Green Kitchen Makeover From Danny Seo?

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Kitchen got you feeling a little blue? Kick some butt in Recyclebanks’s new online “Green Your Home Challenge” and Danny Seo will have you personally seeing green.

The celebrity environmental living expert has teamed up with the rewards site to encourage people to green up their lives in a competition running through the end of the month. Here are the deets:

“To take the challenge, people can visit http://greenyourhome.recyclebank.com to start earning points for their everyday green actions. Each week, Recyclebank will “unlock” a room in the house (kitchen, living room, bedroom and baby room, backyard/garage, and bathroom), and a series of tips and challenges related to that room will be revealed. For each challenge completed, participants earn Recyclebank points. Participants’ scores are based on how many actions they complete and how many friends they get to take challenges.”

The grand prize winner nabs an $18,000 green kitchen makeover with ridiculous amount of Energy-star LG appliances, in-home consultation from SEO, and lots more. Recyclebank is also offering some great swag for runners-up (Color Nooks, solar-powered backpacks, etc.).

To start earning points and work towards your dream kitchen, hit the official site here!

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