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Energy Savers (Corporate Incentives) #903672

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 22, 2008
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(Studio: Katie Couric) The observance of Earth Day noted.

(Concord, California: John Blackstone) Incentives offered by some companies to employees for saving energy featured; statistics on Bank of America’s incentives program cited. [Greenbiz.com editor Joel MAKOWER†- says people want to work for a company they respect.] [Bank of America employee Peter MAGNANI†; Clif Bar employees Bryan COLE†, Ryan MAYO†, Shauna SADOWSKI†- comment on incentives for buying hybrid or biodiesel cars and insulating window blinds and bonuses for carpoolers and bike riders.] [Clif Bar employee Cassie CYPHERS†- says it’s working.]

Couric, Katie;
Blackstone, John

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