QLED 55-inch 6-Series TCL
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TCL is Hosting an Electronics Recycling Event and Giving Away a Roku TV

QLED 55-inch 6-Series TCL

Television manufacturer TCL has been placing a lot of focus on sustainability lately and is building on its award-winning success by hosting its first free electronics recycling event at the Rose Bowl Stadium on America Recycles Day, Friday, November 15, 2019.

Residents in the Los Angeles area can drop off their unwanted electronics, particularly TVs and monitors between 10 am and 1 pm PDT where they will be safely and conveniently recycled for free. They’ll even be handing out free food from In-N-Out Burger to those who drop of recyclable items, while supplies last.

To further promote America Recycles Day, TCL is giving away a new 2019 QLED 55-inch 6-Series TCL Roku TV in online sweepstakes. The new 6-Series builds on its well-earned reputation for great performance, featuring Quantum-Dot technology that revolutionizes the home entertainment experience. There are seven ways to enter on their giveaway page, including following TCL USA on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter. Sweepstakes ends November 15 with the winner announced November 18.

“TCL’s goal of delivering a best-in-class experience includes our commitment to support local communities with convenient, sustainable solutions. We’re excited for these events to show how easy it can be to recycle TVs and other electronics everywhere,” said Jonathan King, Vice President of Corporate and Legal Affairs, TCL North America. “We earn the trust of our customers each time they bring home a new TCL product through the superior design, experience and support they’ve come to expect. As the second-largest TV brand in the United States, we believe our approach to sustainability is just as important, and it starts at the local level.”

TCL says they plan to host more recycling events like this in other parts of the U.S. next year to help consumers responsibly recycle their old electronics. They also have a dedicated area on their website where you can learn how to safely and easily dispose of your old devices.

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