ALAN JACKSON’S #1 HIT “GOOD TIME”
Featured in New GE Online ecomagination Contest Launching Today
Contest Inspired by ecomagination Ads That Debuted Last Month
For Each Entry, GE Will Donate Clean Water Through Partnership With Charity:Water
Beginning today, February 16, fans can go to GE’s www.youtube.com/ecomagination and a video message from
will invite them to submit their own home videos of the line dance moves as seen in the ecomagination TV commercial. GE wants fans to get in step with ecomagination and join the line dance with a goal of making history with the world’s longest line dance online. All videos submitted will help GE donate 20 years of clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations through its affiliation with “Charity: Water,” www.charitywater.com, a non-profit organization. Jackson
For the next two months, fans can also vote for their favorite video and the final top 12 videos are chosen by their votes. The best line dance video, selected by GE, will win a GE ecomagination Home Appliance Makeover with up to $10,000 of eco-friendly GE appliances.
“Good Time” was originally written and recorded by
for his platinum-selling album of the same name. It can be found on his latest release, the two-disc set 34 Number Ones. The album showcases every chart-topping hit from Alan's career, including the Grammy Award winning “As She’s Walking Away,” which teams him with the Zac Brown Band. Jackson
About GE's ecomagination
GE is driving a global energy transformation with a focus on innovation and R&D investment to accelerate the development and deployment of clean energy technology. Since its inception in 2005, more than 90 ecomagination-approved products have been brought to market with revenues reaching $18 billion in 2009. With $5 billion invested in R&D its first five years, GE committed to doubling its ecomagination investment and collaborate with partners to accelerate a new era of energy innovation. The company will invest $10 billion in R&D over five years and double operational energy efficiency while reducing greenhouse gas emissions and water consumption. As part of the business strategy GE launched the “GE ecomagination Challenge: Powering the Grid”, a $200 million financial commitment that challenges innovators to join in building the next-generation power grid. For more information, visit the ecomagination website at http://ge.ecomagination.com.
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