When you support the Don’t mess with Texas® litter prevention campaign, you’re doing more than just linking up with one of America’s favorite brands.
You’re also sharing in over 30 years of tradition while reaching thousands of Texans through advertising, consumer outreach, and media relations. Southwest Airlines, McDonald’s, Coca-Cola and Sweet Leaf Tea are just a few of the famous partners who have helped us keep Texas looking great while increasing their visibility across the state.
Businesses, organizations, groups, schools, and universities of all sizes are welcome to participate. Interested? Contact us to get your group involved.
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In addition to helping Don’t mess with Texas spread a litter-prevention message, iHeart Media and PunchDrunk Digital are co-sponsors of the Don’t mess with Texas Scholarship, recognizing the achievements of high school seniors who demonstrate a leadership role in preventing litter in their schools and communities.
A leading global media and entertainment company, iHeartMedia is committed to broadcasting a message of keeping our roads and roadsides free and clear of litter.
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Another Texas icon, San Antonio-based Whataburger, is partnering with Don’t mess with Texas to help keep our roads free of litter.
With a die-hard fanbase and over 600 locations in Texas alone, Whataburger is sharing litter-prevention messaging on packaging and across the company’s social media channels to amplify the importance of having a litter-free state of mind.
It’s a Bag’s Life is a public education campaign that unites Texas retailers, the community, and other businesses around the common goal of promoting the three Rs-reduce, reuse, recycle- so that plastic bags don’t become litter or end up in landfills. It’s a Bag’s Life provides litterbags to the Don’t mess with Texas campaign and asks that all bags be first reused and then responsibly recycled.
A premier destination for both the Don’t mess with Texas Road Tour and tens of thousands of screaming fans, the Vans Warped Tour continues to be one of the most anticipated music events of the summer. Special thanks to the Vans Warped Tour organizers for always throwing great events and for reminding young people across the state that littering in Texas is never okay.
For almost 40 years, Southwest Airlines has been moving Texans, whether it’s across the state or around the country. Don’t mess with Texas recognizes Southwest Airlines for its commitment to keeping every corner of our state clean and for its generous ticket giveaways during summer Road Tours.
As the leading source for yellow pages information, Yellowbook has graciously continued to donate cover ad space on its printed publications across Texas. Don’t mess with Texas thanks Yellowbook for its ongoing support.
Ice cream from “the little creamery in Brenham” has been a hands-down Texas favorite since 1907. During these last 100-plus years, Bluebell has firmly established its place in Texas history, having been enjoyed by celebrities, presidents, and even astronauts aboard the International Space Station. Don’t mess with Texas applauds Bluebell for its ongoing support of the Litter Force children’s educational campaign and for providing much needed refreshment to volunteers during the Don’t mess with Texas Trash-Off.
Don’t mess with Texas thanks Coca-Cola for its ongoing support of the litter prevention mission with in-kind donations and messaging support on beverage packaging.
As the company says, “Granny loves to give.” Sweet Leaf Tea has provided cases and cases of complimentary tea to our grateful Road Tour visitors at events across the state. Don’t mess with Texas (and thousands of other Texans) thank Sweet Leaf Tea, one of the nation’s hottest up-and-coming beverage brands, for its delicious assistance in “keeping it in the can.”
The Texas Association of Student Councils (TASC) is a non-profit organization serving high school and middle level student councils in Texas. Its purposes are to develop leadership abilities in students, promote democracy as a way of life, and establish and uphold high standards for local councils. Since 2008, the TASC has been a critical part of communicating the Don’t mess with Texas message to students across the state.
Since 2001, the Bullock Museum has been the go-to source for discovering the story of Texas. More than 7.5 million visitors from around the state and all over the world have explored Texas history and culture at the Museum. From world-class exhibitions to immersive IMAX films and exciting educational programs for visitors of all ages, the Bullock Museum offers something for everyone.
The Bullock Museum is a statewide sponsor of the 30th Anniversary Don’t mess with Texas® Trash & Treasure Hunt litter cleanup event series. Don’t mess with Texas is proud to partner with the Bullock Museum and thanks the Museum for its commitment to making litter history!
Keep Texas Beautiful (KTB) and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) have worked hand-in-hand for more than four decades to make Texas roadways attractive for motorists and encourage tourism. KTB is a key partner in educating young Texans about litter prevention through promotion of the annual Don’t mess with Texas Scholarship Contest, the Don’t mess with Texas Elementary School Art Contest, and the first Don’t mess with Texas Middle School Can Slogan Contest. Litter prevention programs supported by KTB also include TxDOT’s Adopt-A-Highway and the Don’t mess with Texas Trash-Off. Since 1985, KTB has recognized outstanding communities through the Governor’s Community Achievement Awards program, with TxDOT providing the landscape awards.
Don’t mess with Texas is grateful for the ongoing support of KTB and its affiliate communities around the state.
With more than a thousand locations across Texas, local McDonald’s Owners are committed to putting litter in its place. Don’t mess with Texas thanks McDonald’s for placing litter prevention messaging on its packaging, in-kind donations of food and beverage coupons, and gift cards as prizes for the 30th Anniversary Trash & Treasure Hunt litter cleanup events across Texas.
Built on a passion for the outdoors, Texas-based YETI has grown from producing tough, grizzly-proof coolers to a full line of coolers, drinkware, accessories, and gear coveted by serious outdoor enthusiasts, pros, tailgaters, and backyard barbecue kings.
YETI is generously supporting Don’t mess with Texas’s 30th Anniversary as the grand prize sponsor for Trash & Treasure Hunt litter cleanup events taking place this spring and summer. Lucky participants can win a Hopper 20 cooler with Don’t mess with Texas-branded Rambler Tumbler, and more! Don’t mess with Texas appreciates YETI’s commitment to keeping our state’s beautiful outdoor environment litter-free!
Austin Wayne Self is a premier driver for AM Racing, competing in the 2016 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS). While Self is new to NCWTS competition, he’s amassed 45 starts and a long list of racing accomplishments. Among other accolades, Austin was declared the 2014 Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA) Racing Series Rookie of the Year and finished second in the 2015 Championship Points Battle.
A Texas-proud native, Austin Wayne Self is passionate about keeping Texas roadways clean and encourages his fans not to litter. Austin is proud to have the support of Don’t mess with Texas and other Texas-based sponsors. Look for the Don’t mess with Texas logo on Austin’s No. 22 Toyota Tundra truck and racing suit as he tours the country during racing season, and don’t miss the iconic red, white, and blue Don’t mess with Texas trashcan that travels with the AM Racing team!
The 13th annual Don’t mess with Texas Scholarship is sponsored by Forestar and presented by the Texas Department of Transportation in partnership with Keep Texas Beautiful. Each year, high school seniors compete for a chance to win a head start on their college tuitions.
Forestar is an Austin-based real estate company committed to responsibly integrating economic, social, and environmental resources to meet the needs of present and future generations. Don’t mess with Texas appreciates Forestar’s generous support of the scholarship and its commitment to environmental stewardship.